Company: Connection Contact: Dr. Keith Nelson 730 Milford Rd Merrimack, New Hampshire 03054 T: (800) 395-8685 e: Website: Company Details: Connection is a leading provider of healthcare technology solutions and services, connecting caregivers and clinicians with the strategies, resources, and technical expertise to optimize patient care, control costs, and ensure compliance. Partnering with healthcare…


Company: Trinisys Contact: Jeff Newman e. T. (615) 275-9015 Website: Company Details: Since 2004, Trinisys has been changing the way organizations approach Legacy Enterprise Data Management and Workflow Automation. Health systems face many issues when dealing with legacy systems and the various data stored in those systems. Maintaining patient records in outdated and unsupported systems…


Company: Veritas Contact: Rick Bryant T. (713) 494-6885 Website: Company Details: Veritas Technologies is a global leader in data protection and availability. Over 50,000 enterprises—including 99 of the Fortune 100—rely on us to abstract IT complexity and simplify data management. Veritas Enterprise Data Services Platform automates the protection and orchestrates the recovery of data everywhere it…

Sentara Healthcare, Cone Health plan to merge

The combined entities will have $11 billion in assets. Cone insists there will be a heavy corporate presence on the combined board.
By Rose Hoban

In a surprise to many people in the Piedmont Triad, Greensboro-based Cone Health announced its intent to merge with Norfolk, VA-based Sentara Healthcare early Wednesday morning.

New Hanover County commissioners OK sale of the county hospital

New Hanover Regional Medical Center will become part of Novant Health, the county board of commissioners decided this week.
By Liora Engel-Smith

The biggest county-owned hospital system in the state is about to change hands, pending review by North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein. If approved, the sale is expected to be finalized early next year, the hospital said in the statement.

Here are doctors’ 4 biggest needs, and how technology companies can address them

The COVID-19 pandemic has driven rapid adoption of digital health technologies, and doctors see the potential for innovations like augmented intelligence to play a bigger role in care delivery in the next five years.

But to ensure the digital health boom lasts beyond the pandemic, physicians say these technologies need to address their biggest needs around interoperability and improved workflow, according to a recent report from Deloitte.

HHS announces $20 billion in new COVID-19 provider relief funding

On Oct. 1, 2020, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), through the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), announced $20 billion in new relief funding for health care providers experiencing financial losses and changes in operating expenses caused by the coronavirus. Providers can begin applying for funds on Monday, Oct. 5, 2020.

Funding for this phase 3 general distribution was made possible through the bipartisan CARES Act and the Paycheck Protection Program and Health Care Enhancement Act, which allocated $175 billion in relief funds to hospitals and other healthcare providers. HHS has already issued over $100 billion in relief funding to providers through prior distributions.


Company: Perficient Contact: Sean Strain T. (704) 749-5201 555 Maryville University Drive Suite 500 St. Louis, Missouri 63141 Website: Company Details: Perficient is a global digital consultancy. We imagine, create, engineer, and run digital transformation solutions that help our clients exceed customers’ expectations, outpace the competition, and grow their business. With unparalleled strategy, creative…


Vecna Contact Information: Victor Visco 1 Burlington Woods Dr Suite 201 Burlington, Massachusetts 01803 T. (617) 864-0636 e. Website: Vecna provides innovative healthcare technology to acute and ambulatory health systems delivering a comprehensive suite of solutions designed to streamline the critical time from scheduling an appointment to receiving care. Vecna’s platform gives patients…