athenahealth, Cerner post Q1 financial results; KLAS says Epic, Cerner dominate EHR market & more — 10 health IT key notes

Here are 10 recent news updates on health IT companies.

Athenahealth released its 2017 first quarter financial results April 27, posting first quarter revenue of $285.4 million.

A KLAS report found Epic and Cerner dominated the EHR market space for acute care hospitals in the United States, with Meditech following close behind.

However, a separate report by Kalorama Information identified Cerner as leading the EMR market, with Epic ranking third behind McKesson.

Cerner partnered with Fusionetics to enhance its HealtheAthlete platform.

Cerner also released its 2017 first quarter financial results April 27, posting first quarter revenue of $1.26 billion.

Epic's patient portal now contains evidence-based clinical information from Rochester, Minn.-based Mayo Clinic.

IBM launched four new cloud data centers: two in Dallas and two in Washington, D.C.

Lisa Seacat DeLuca, a technology strategist in the Cognitive Incubation Lab for IBM Watson Customer Engagement, will be inducted into the Women in Technology Hall of Fame on June 12.

PlushCare, a direct-to-consumer online urgent care provider, rolled out a new EHR to its 50 affiliated telehealth physicians.

Royal Philips introduced eCareManager 4.1, a clinical workflow solution for teleICU providers, at the American Telemedicine Association's annual conference in Orlando.

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