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VerityStream, a HealthStream Company, Acquires CredentialMyDoc

NASHVILLE, Tenn.–(BUSINESS WIRE[1])–VerityStream, f/k/a Verity, a wholly owned subsidiary of HealthStream (Nasdaq: HSTM), which is focused on delivering enterprise-class solutions that are transforming credentialing, enrollment, privileging, and evaluations for healthcare organizations across the U.S., today announced the acquisition of CredentialMyDoc, a Savannah, Georgia-based business owned by Covenant Technology Group, LLC. VerityStream adds more than 300 clients through the transaction, boosting...

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HealthStream Announces First Cohort of Companies Integrating with hStream™

NASHVILLE, Tenn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Apr 4, 2019–HealthStream (NASDAQ: HSTM), a leading provider of workforce development and provider solutions for the healthcare industry, announced today the first cohort of companies integrating their solutions with hStream™: Innosonian America, NurseGrid, Perception Health, and CloudCME. Each of these companies has developed innovative healthcare solutions and will benefit from greater exposure, easier connectivity, and more rapid implementation...

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Telemedicine Credentialing, Licensing and Privileging: A Primer

Credentialing, licensing and privileging (CLP) is a long and resource-intensive ordeal for all physician practices and hospitals. Telemedicine companies are no exception. There is a great deal of variability in requirements and procedures from each state, licensing board, and hospital. What is different for telemedicine[1] companies is the sheer volume of physicians in the process. SOC Telemed[2] (SOC) has a...

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Lawyer statements in press release aren’t protected by judicial proceedings privilege, top Texas court rules

The Texas Supreme Court ruled Friday that lawyer statements about a client’s allegations made in a press release and social media aren’t protected by the judicial proceedings privilege or attorney immunity. Home Daily News Lawyer statements in press release aren’t… Tort Law Lawyer statements in press release aren’t protected by judicial proceedings privilege, top Texas court rules By Debra Cassens...

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