Eleanor Kennedy at the Business Journal has caught up with the happenings at health care technology company Shareable Ink. Founder and CTO Stephen Hau, who relocated the company here from Boston in 2010, left in May and CEO Hal Andrews says he is refocusing his team's efforts on working with electronic health vendors rather than selling directly to doctors. Get the full story here.
A baker's dozen of companies will make up the Innovator's Row exhibition area at the Health:Further conference being hosted next month by Jumpstart Foundry. Among them are some well-known names such as Amplion, TriZetto and HCA Holdings' Parallon division, which is the gathering's headline sponsor. Others are less known but also promise to show how their technologies can be integrated into the health care system.
“There are so many emerging companies that are changing the healthcare landscape today. Innovator’s Row will give exposure to some of these companies in a handson way,” said Jumpstart Foundry CEO Vic Gatto. “There’s a lot of good that can come from large healthcare companies interacting with emerging companies.
Needham Securities analyst Scott Berg is suggesting investors take a breath on HealthStream after the company's second-quarter earnings report and conference call. He has downgraded the stock (Ticker: HSTM) to 'hold' from 'buy' and wants to see a clearer growth narrative for parts of the business.
While the company's 2Q call detailed a core business that remains strong, potential early ICD-10 customer loss, the continued lack of visibility of declining ICD-10 related revenues, and an underperforming Patient Experience segment give us less confidence that the company can drive meaningful upside to our current growth estimates.
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