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MeHI contributes quotes, articles and thought leadership pieces to various publications on eHealth topics. Equally important, MeHI promotes healthcare organization's Health IT progress and shares current industry events with our stakeholders. Below you will find a combination of articles in which MeHI has been mentioned, articles authored by MeHI, published pieces where Massachusetts healthcare organizations are highlighted, and other relevant Health IT news.

IBM Watson Health to hire hundreds for new Boston-area HQ

April 14, 2015

Source: Boston Business Journal

By: Jessica Bartlett
IBM will be locating its new health care analytics division in the Boston area, hiring hundreds of employees and partnering with some of the biggest names in health care to provide an umbrella analytical software able of capturing and analyzing all a person’s health information.

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New England Regional Council Offers Guidance on Effective Management of Type 2 Diabetes

December 30, 2014

Source: Institute For Clinical And Economic Review

Boston, MA., December 22, 2014 - New Report from New England CEPAC Identifies NPH insulin as a High Value Treatment Option Relative to Costlier, Analog Formulations.

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Massachusetts eHealth Institute providing grants for broader electronic medical record use

November 6, 2014

Source: Boston Business Journal

The Massachusetts eHealth Institute is offering $6.7 million in grants to behavioral health providers and long-term acute care facilities as a means of bolstering the groups' access to electronic medical records.

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Massachusetts Grants Help Vendors Link to State HIE

August 30, 2013

Source: Health Data Management

The Massachusetts eHealth Institute, the state entity for health innovation, has awarded “Last-Mile” grants totaling $1.3 million to 11 software vendors to aid in connecting

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Mass. eHealth Institute gives $1.3M in grants to boost Mass HIway

August 29, 2013

Source: Boston Business Journal

Four local companies working on health information technology are among 11 nationwide which will get grants ranging from $50,000 to $150,000 each to develop better ways to share health records electronically using the state’s system, called Mass HIway.

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Aprima Medical Software Receives Grant to Advance and Accelerate Health Information Exchange in Massachusetts

August 28, 2013

Source: Sacramento Bee/PR Newswire

Award from Massachusetts eHealth Institute Will Improve Quality of Health Care and Improve Flow of Medical Data

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Medical Image Sharing Project Nets Mass HIE Grant

August 27, 2013

Source: DICOM GRID

Award from Massachusetts eHealth Institute
Will Improve Quality of Health Care and
Improve Flow of Medical Image Data

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NexJ Receives Grant to Advance and Accelerate Health Information Exchange in Massachusetts

August 21, 2013

Source: The Wall Street Journal

NexJ Connected Wellness to be first patient-engagement solution connected to state HIE

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EClinical Awarded Grant To Aid Info Exchange

August 19, 2013

Source: Worcester Business Journal

Westborough-based eClinicalWorks has landed a $150,000 grant to help ho

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