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IBM Buying Ann Arbor Health Analysis Firm For $2.6 Billion

ANN ARBOR — The Watson Health business unit of Armonk, N.Y.-based IBM (NYSE: IBM) announced plans to acquire Truven Health Analytics, an Ann Arbor-based provider of healthcare data analysis. 468 more words

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TechSummit Lead #011

Editor’s Note: This is the TechSummit Lead, a daily recap of technology news that goes beyond the headlines.

  • Apple is issuing an updated version of iOS 9.2.1 for users that bricked their iPhones through ‘Error 53’ exclusively in iTunes.
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Truven Health Analytics-NPR Poll Finds More Getting Flu Shot

ANN ARBOR — More Americans have either already received a flu shot or plan to get one this year than those who received the vaccination a year ago, according to a new poll from NPR and the Ann Arbor healthcare information firm Truven Health Analytics. 400 more words

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The Business Case for Health: Interview with Ron Goetzel, Johns Hopkins University

I first met with Ron Goetzel doing research for my book The Healthy Workplace, and soon after meeting him realized that I had landed on a gold mine.  2,149 more words

Truven to Provide Population Health Analytics For North Carolina

ANN ARBOR — The Ann Arbor healthcare data and analytics provider Truven Health Analytics said Wednesday it has extended its long-standing relationship with the North Carolina Hospital Association to support the state’s health systems and Accountable Care Organizations with advanced population health analytics. 403 more words

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Ann Arbor's Truven Health Gets $86M Deal In Colorado

ANN ARBOR — The Ann Arbor health care data analysis provider Truven Care Analytics Tuesday announced an $86 milion five-year constract with the Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing. 263 more words

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News flash: The Wellness Ignorati are ignoring facts for a change

The Wellness Ignorati got their name by ignoring facts. Facts, of course, are the wellness industry’s worst nightmare. They ignore them In order to avoid creating news cycles that might reach human resources departments despite the best efforts of their consultants and vendors to shield them from actual information. 349 more words

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