The medical field’s lofty dreams of unleashing the power of artificial intelligence to transform medicine have yet to materialize in a major way.
The Indianapolis medical-software firm recently raised $10 million in venture funding and is launching two major products in one month.
Health care providers’ frustration is running high, and even advocates say the movement has fallen short.
Clinical Architecture is spending $4.2 million on its new headquarters space while seeking software developers, clinical experts, salespeople and product managers.
Premier said that there's no evidence that the information of more than 200,000 patients was accessed.
Ashley Trent faces charges of forgery, deception, theft and practicing nursing without a license. She also is accused of forging letters from IU Health that claimed she had breast cancer.
Healthiest Employers LLC, which collects and measures corporate health information, plans to use the funds to drive sales of its analytics software.
In his engineering career, Robert Higgs has earned patents for the processes used to make everything from the heat shields on the Space Shuttle to the impact-resistant plastic covering car headlights to the Fig Newton.
Zionsville-based Hc1 is using its latest round of funding to expand from its roots—making software to help medical labs, pharmacies, physicians and hospital systems track the business relationships they have with one another—into a company that also helps those organizations interact directly with patients.
Two insurers announced Tuesday that they are partnering for an ambitious project to establish one of the nation's largest health-information exchanges, an effort they hope will reduce duplication and improve patient outcomes.
Healthiest Employers LLC plans to move software development to its Fishers headquarters in an expansion that will add up to 90 jobs by 2017.
Flying under the radar for much of its existence, local health tech startup hc1.com Inc. now thinks it’s ready to soar. The company, spun out last year from Zionsville-based Bostech Corp., is on pace to generate annual revenue of $10 million by year’s end. And it thinks business could triple next year.
The Cancer Care Group in Indianapolis said a laptop computer bag containing private information on as many as 55,000 patients has been stolen.
Concept is likely ahead of technical ability to make it work.