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The Medsphere legal turmoil is now officially over

Medsphere has finally put its legal problems behind it.

By October 19, 2007

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Medsphere looks forward with new CEO, must also look back to fix past

Medsphere has a bright future ahead of it. But first it needs to correct its past.

By October 16, 2007

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Medsphere, Keane team to help hospital

Medsphere is opening up the health care market, one hospital at a time. It signs a notable deal with Century City Doctors Hospitalin Los Angeles.

By October 18, 2007

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Picturing open source vs. proprietary software

A picture may be worth a thousand words, but what is this picture about Cerner and Medsphere telling us?

By April 17, 2009

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Open source becomes a force in health care IT

Open source is starting to make inroads into health care IT, which is exactly what proprietary vendors like McKesson and Cerner don't want.

By April 30, 2009

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Open source for the medical field: A comprehensive list

If you're in the medical field and were hoping to save some money, here's a list of leading open-source projects for medical professionals.

By November 3, 2008

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Open source, not $19 billion, may be best health care stimulus

Government may be overlooking an open-source solution that already works for the U.S. Veterans Administration: VistA.

By August 24, 2009

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Who will Oracle buy?

Oracle is on a buying spree. Here are a few open source companies it should consider.

By July 10, 2007

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Tech giants line up for e-health dollars

Allscripts, Cisco, Citrix, Dell, Intel, Intuit, Microsoft, and Nuance Communications are banding together in an effort to make doctors aware of the benefits of electronic health records.

By May 14, 2009

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SugarCRM CEO Roberts replaced by board member

John Roberts, the fiery commercial open-source innovator, resigns for undisclosed reasons and is immediately replaced by interim CEO and SugarCRM board member Larry Augustin.

By May 7, 2009