Cerner named a top interviewer by job seekers; 2 Epic go-lives; athenahealth joins battle against Zika — 9 health IT key notes

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Here are nine recent news updates on key health IT companies.

1. Cerner was ranked No. 12 on Glassdoor's "Best Places to Interview" list.

2. Riverside University Health System in Moreno Valley, Calif., launched its $53 million Epic EHR.

3. Watertown, Mass.-based athenahealth and Miami-based Borinquen Health Care Center of Miami Dade partnered to combat the Zika virus throughout Florida.

4. Jonathan Bush, co-founder and CEO of athenahealth, sold 4,000 shares of his company's stock, worth $512,670.

5. Cerner's second quarter earnings totaled $166.5 million, up 44.8 percent from the previous year's second quarter earnings of $115 million. Additionally, Cerner reported an 8 percent revenue increase.

6. In the fall, Meadows Regional Medical Center in Vidalia, Ga., plans to transition to MEDITECH's 6.1 web-based EHR platform.

7. Epic's first Australian customer is now live on its EHR. Royal Children's Hospital in Melbourne had its big bang go-live between April 30 and May 1.

8. McKesson received a patent for the technology at use in its McKesson Provider Manager and other network management products.

9. Wyckoff Heights Medical Center in New York City selected Allscripts Sunrise EHR and revenue cycle management solutions.

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