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Medical Decisions team believes it has unique offering, propelled by quality-of-care and economics tailwinds.
Center for Medical Interoperability begins ramping-up its architectural and assessment work.
[Confirmed] Dalcon now sports a gathering of Tech eagles.
There are other shoes to drop at Care Technology, but today's is a good start
Rick Glanz exits in a big way, via a stealthily formed buyer backed by biggies
Now a Delaware company, CCG looks to diversify offerings and targets platform growth, including M&A
Former NotifyMD joins a major player in the
Life sciences, healthcare services and technology and more could cluster in a redeveloping area of Metro Nashville
An Owen grad and former Cybera exec puts his venture skills to work for an Alabama startup that's eying Nashville
Hudsmith's HP-allied startup executes on its telemedicine strategy for seniors aging-in-place
Startup Tennessee gets operations staff, a tech exec volunteers in Uganda, $ for GOBA and more
Steve Hau is hopeful that he can not only change healthcare for the better, but join other locals in creating an engineer's haven
Galen-Burcham alliance goes back years; other firms had a shot at top-billing in NEC healthcare work
[Sale updated] Early-stage company has room for further capital recruitment, as it aims to leverage rising interest in electronic health records-related technology
Five more updates from a VCs, an entrepreneur, a couple of developers and a bizdev pro.
JumpStart's 'brightest'... EmergeMemphis' 45 startups.. Haslam-Hagerty gameplan... David Wilds in cap raise.. Blackstone venture aid...
Sal Novin's growth company aims to increase brand recognition, leveraging customers' productivity gains.
Legislators make an energy-tech 'grab', plus venture events and training and more statewide.
Law firm broadens its already sizeable footprint, plants flag in dealing with early-stage ventures
Our latest roundup of VU searches, capital raises, marketing pushes, digital music, tech commercialization and more
[updated] Tech-sales leader joins private-equity backed firm with announced M&A ambitions
Vanguard's Martin, Community Health's Smith among those signing-on to to drive outcomes, drive down costs.
One CEO says 'meaningful use' may be the Y2K of this decade, and these firms see opportunities
With a century or more of collective healthcare and investment experience, this savvy alliance seems to be positioning for the post-Reform reality check
Nashville and Tennessee are quickly becoming year-round innovation venues, as this sampling of events makes clear
EMMA.. HMS Tech hire.. Lodge helps for-profits ..Noro and Chrysalis announce staffing ..PerfectServe ..IMI Health and more..
[updated] ICA's strategic alliances may have put this VU spin-out in good position in the race for EHR market share
Rebranded company attempts to leverage its transcription track-record to provide gateway to increasingly common e-health records
New healthcare technology push rumored, start-up said relocating to Nashville, as activity heats up
[updated] HealthStream co-founder's latest technology play aims to awaken sleeping value in medical niche
New 12-story tower will crown Nashville Convention Center. That's Crow Holdings' Bill Winsor at left.
While a Cleveland, Ohio, project's been rocked by controversy, 1.5 million sq. ft. facility still seems a "go" for Downtown Nashville
There may or may not be a place in the future for an Informatics Corp IPO
HealthStream seems ready to use its cash to innovate or acquire products, buy companies and sell more aggressively alongside its partners
Today's announcement is further evidence of the attraction of healthcare-savvy investors to health IT, wherever it resides
PE-backed HMS acquires technology from undisclosed company, aims to leverage Stimulus funding for further momentum
Atlanta-based VC with strong Nashville presence took steps to lighten digital-media ballast, at least temporarily
[Updated] At the end of an intensive week of meetings here, the CEO of the proposed trade center says a competing NYC group offered has made overtures
A desire to master a niche in healthcare technology, patience and an engineer's eye for detail may produce a leader on 3rd Avenue
An accomplished young entrepreneur tackles his next venture in Music City, starting with moving photos from your cellphone, perhaps ending in healthcare
Against a backdrop of prolonged economic uncertainty, three cities' advocates race to plant their flag atop Health
[updated] As 'transparency' and payment-cycle issues converge, PatientPay targets the front-end of the revenue cycle
CEO says despite growth, the specter of failed implementations by any vendors 'keeps him up at night'
Jacobson's new digs, Universal Robotics' placement, WSJ taps local analysts, Solidus' stake, antitrust cautions and more...
With $17.2 billion soon under the scalpel, startup feels it has a better mousetrap for improving quality and financial returns
Digital Reasoning, tech transfer, Metro development, Innotec, nTelagent, Memphis venture forum, ICA, M&A, bankruptcies and more...
CEO tells us company's ontrack for profitability and is well positioned to be a category leader
After nearly 13 years at the helm, revenue-cycle pioneer steps up to the chairman's office, with health IT veteran now aboard
Hospitals looking for greater revenue as elected procedures drop are helping propell health-portal revenue
VC Meritus, Paramore leads, NV group objects on compliance, UT's Simek pressed into service, balk on VW funding and more...
With all eyes on Nashville's healthcare services sector, Avondale fills a key slot on its bench, leaving Health IT for another day
Management may 'measure twice, cut once' in looking at deals, but local revenue-cycle player still aims for 'choice' standing in the sector
North Carolina deal-flow prospector says his firm is focusing more attention on Music City
Eight-year-old VC adds its fourth general partner, heading into a buyer's market
StarVest is looking for local deal flow for its new $250MM fund, while IRON's CEO is campaigning to grow in Nashville
CEO has fallen in love with Nashville, and relishes the idea of Music City Angels luring him here from Birmingham
Veteran healthcare leader and venture-capitalist joins youthful advocates for a fresh, and aggressive look at health care reform
This private-equity funded Brentwood firm aims to make healthcare organizations transparent for management teams under pressure for quality and performance
Bredesen Administration and its allies believe there's no time like the present to push forward with e-health information, encouraging businesses to spawn on the infohighway.
Under new 'thought-leadership' strategist, the company is asserting its credentials for a seat at the table when talk turns to issues critical to its healthcare business
Angels, VCs from near and far: Nashville gets a look inside another hot health technology sector, which some think will be driven by M&A activity for years to come.
3401 West End has become something of an enclave of VU innovation. It's home to Informatics Corporation of America (ICA), a spin-out company VU hopes will help revolutionize clinical care.
Based out of Nashville, Frank Grant works overtime to stay on top of the healthcare industry's needs and his own company's initiatives
UPDATED JUNE 25 1015 - While Agassi joins Cogent, continuity for the eHealth Council will be preserved. Agassi's role there, navigating the Council's path among competing healthcare and insurance stakeholders, has been key.
This Nashville tech venture finds direct engagement with customers and straight talk are the best ways to address 'Flat World' realities and grow a business.
Today, he's just put another notch on his acquisitions belt, but not long ago Jim Lackey was begging for that first customer as he attempted to introduce technology in a sector fond of sticky notes, faxes and phone calls.
Former U.S. Sen. Bill Frist (left) predicted 'we're going to spend more on healthcare', but four VCs told local execs that few investors know much about Nashville's healthcare track record -- unwelcome news for Kin Clinton's Woolsthorpe Technologies.