Tag Archive: Wal-Mart

by John Moore | July 25, 2011

Dossia’s Rebuild – Is it Enough

Following closely on the ill-fated demise of Google Health, fellow Personal Health Platform (PHP) provider Dossia announced last week a […]

by John Moore | October 26, 2009

Round Two: A Dossia Update

Last Friday had the chance to meet up with the folks at Dossia, the personal health platform (PHP) formed by […]

by John Moore | December 23, 2008

2008, What was Hot, What was Not

One of the nice things about all the writing done over the past year is that one can go back, […]

by John Moore | October 01, 2008

Finally, Dossia Goes Live

In what seems like ages since the first announcement of the formation of Dossia, the third platform play for personal […]

by John Moore | March 18, 2008

Walgreens Ups the Ante in Retail Health

Yesterday, mega-pharmacy chain Walgreens announced that it will acquire I-trax and Whole Health Management. With this acquisition, Walgreens is moving […]

by John Moore | February 11, 2008

eClinicalWorks Tight-lipped on Wal-Mart Deal

Most recent post on the Wal-Mart/eClinicalWorks go to market announcement. Just gave a call to eClinicalWorks regarding the announcement last […]

by John Moore | February 08, 2008

Wal-Mart EMR Mandate Implications

Wal-Mart, over the last few years has been aggressively moving into the healthcare market with one of its first big […]

by John Moore | January 23, 2008

Dossia Goes Live!, well sort of

Yesterday’s InformationWeek reported that Wal-Mart has done an extremely limited roll-out of the Dossia platform among some 20 or so […]

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