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Scripps Health Selects Avaya for Health IT Integration Program

March 13, 2019 - Scripps Health has turned to unified communications provider Avaya to bring its diverse systems into a comprehensive health IT integration platform. Scripps Health chose the Avaya IX Attendant Solution for Healthcare to give its personnel the ability to manage, locate, and communicate with staff and departments, patient rooms, and codes from a single platform. San Diego-based Scripps...


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Healthcare IT Segment Makes Up Half of Industry M&A Volume

by Fred Donovan

The Healthcare IT segment accounted for about one-half of the healthcare and pharmaceutical IT industry’s aggregate volume of mergers and acquisitions (M&As) last year, according to a new report by Berkery Noyes Investment...

Blockchain To Have Biggest Impact on Healthcare, Say 1/3rd of Investors

by Fred Donovan

One-third of institutional investors believe that blockchain technology will have the biggest impact on the healthcare industry, according to a survey by the Global Blockchain Business Council (GBBC) reported by IBS Intelligence. Only 16...

Healthcare Investors Are Most Interested in Health IT Investment

by Fred Donovan

Health IT investment tops the list of areas attracting healthcare investors, according to KPMG-Leavitt Partners 2019 Investment Outlook. For the outlook, KPMG-Leavitt Partners polled 175 healthcare investment professionals from...

Institutional Investors to Pump $200B More Into Healthcare Infrastructure

by Fred Donovan

Global institutional investors are forecast to increase their investment in healthcare infrastructure by $200 billion over the next five years. For its report, the Octopus Group surveyed more than 100 global institutional investors with a...

Healthcare CIOs’ Power over IT Purchasing Decisions in Free Fall

by Fred Donovan

The power of healthcare CIOs over the IT purchasing decisions of their organizations has virtually evaporated, according to a newly released survey by Black Book Research. Three years ago, healthcare CIOs controlled 71 percent of IT...

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