Cerner names RCM leader; IBM revenue decline hits 17 quarters; athenahealth to renovate, expand campus — 6 health IT key notes

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

1. A planning board approved Watertown, Mass.-based athenahealth’s proposed plan to renovate its Arsenal on the Charles campus.

2. It has been nearly six weeks since Wallowa Memorial Hospital in Enterprise, Ore., went live on Epic's EHR. 

3. The second quarter of 2016 marked the 17th straight quarter in which IBM posted an overall revenue decline. 

4. Cerner named its new $4.45 billion Kansas City, Mo., campus the Innovations campus.

5. Drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline is using Apple’s ResearchKit to conduct a clinical trial, the first drugmaker to do so.

6. Cerner named Jeff Hurst senior vice president of revenue cycle management and president of Cerner RevWorks.

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