Cerner opens Innovations Campus; Google's DeepMind Health develops data audit & more — 10 health IT key notes

Here are 10 recent news updates on health IT companies.

Epic Systems launched its "App Orchard," an app store it first announced two years ago.

After a ribbon-cutting ceremony on the morning of March 9, Cerner opened its 290-acre Innovations Campus in Kansas City, Mo.

Eight EHR vendors agreed to a new set of industry principles set forth by the Electronic Health Record Association, including Allscripts, Cerner, Epic, GE Healthcare Digital, McKesson, Medhost and NextGen Healthcare.

IBM's speech recognition system now boasts a 5.5 percent error rate.

Munich Leukemia Laboratory, a leukemia and lymphoma diagnostic and research lab in Germany, joined forces with IBM and Illumina.

A research team at New York City-based Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai completed an asthma study with an iPhone app developed on the Apple ResearchKit framework.

Teladoc appointed Peter Nieves to a newly created role: executive vice president and chief revenue officer.

Google developed a deep learning algorithm that detects breast cancer in pathology slides.

DeepMind, Google's artificial intelligence arm, is building a data auditing project for DeepMind Health.

Royal Philips and LabPON, a Hengelo, Netherlands-based clinical laboratory that uses digital diagnosis, are joining forces to create an electronic database of annotated pathology images.

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