Allscripts, Teladoc post Q1 financial results; MDLive seeks dismissal from privacy lawsuit & more — 11 health IT key notes

Here are 11 recent news updates on health IT companies.

Allscripts posted total revenue of $413.5 million in the first quarter of 2017.

One of American Well's clinical partners — a physician-owned medical group called Online Care Group — now offers online breastfeeding support services.

Doctor On Demand partnered with two laboratories — Burlington, N.C.-based LabCorp and Madison, N.J.-based Quest Diagnostics— to provide consumers with diagnostic services.

Epic posted a fact sheet about its work with the U.S. Coast Guard, after industry media outlets reported on the branch's search for a new EHR vendor.

Epic gave Memphis, Tenn.-based Baptist Memorial Health Care a 10-star rating for its EHR implementation — a world first.

IBM Research investigators shared open-source computational models to help governments and humanitarian agencies fine-tune intervention measures for Ebola outbreaks.

Intel joined forces with three English institutions to identify cancer cells using artificial intelligence.

MDLive filed a motion to dismiss a class action lawsuit, sparking debate over privacy expectations in direct-to-consumer health apps.

Royal Philips will introduce its Tasy EMR into the European market through an agreement with KrankenHaus Düren, a public hospital in Germany.

Teladoc surpassed its projections by posting $42.9 million in revenue for the first quarter of 2017.

Verato unveiled Universal MPI, a nationwide master patient index.

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