Health information technology vendors announced several new products, services and initiatives in recent days. Among them:

* Cleveland Clinic will implement the Codefinder computer assisted coding software from 3M Health Information Systems. The clinic expects to save $2 million in costs related to coding outsourcing, staff overtime and anticipated productivity losses with the ICD-10 transition.

* Nuance Communications has announced availability of the Dragon Medical Mobile Recorder application on iTunes, enabling physicians to dictate into an iPhone.

* CDW Healthcare, a reseller of information technology and service provider, will offer the PrimeSuite electronic health records software of Greenway Medical Technologies. The software is certified as supporting meaningful use requirements.


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