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  • iSOFT takeover cleared by regulators

    Health IT company iSOFT (ASX:ISF) has revealed that European regulators won't stand in the way of its acquisition by US-based IT services company CSC.

  • WA Health to deploy PAS by year's end

    Western Australia’s Department of Health has signed a $6.3 million contract with CSC for the implementation of a patient administration system (PAS) by the year's end, despite speculation the system would not be replaced until 2014.

  • Former iSOFT CEO files to delay sale

    Former iSOFT (ASX:ISF) chief executive, Gary Cohen, has initiated court proceedings that could delay the sale of the company, Oceania Capital (ASX:OCP).

  • CSC guns for iSoft R&D

    CSC Australia’s director of health services this week pinpointed the research and development portfolio of ailing e-health provider iSoft (ASX:ISF) as a key attraction of the company’s $US188 million ($AUD180 million) takeover bid.

  • iSOFT extends trading halt

    iSoft (ASX:ISF) has extended a trading halt placed on its shares until Next Monday pending a major announcement on the future of the troubled e-health provider.

  • Market briefs: CSG, iSOFT, Nexbis

    CSG (ASX:CSV) appoints non-executive chairman: iSOFT (ASX:ISF) shares jump prior to trading halt; Nexbis (ASX:NBS) confirms Maldives project is on hold

  • iSOFT swings to $84m loss

    Health IT company iSOFT (ASX:ISF) swung to an $84.1 million net loss in 1H11, due to restructuring costs and impairment charges.

  • iSOFT appoints new CEO

    Health IT company iSOFT (ASX:ISF) has appointed acting chief executive, Andrea Fiumicelli, as its new permanent CEO.

  • iSOFT’s Cohen leaves the building

    Besieged e-health company iSOFT has confirmed the departure of former chief executive Gary Cohen, just weeks after he quietly resigned from the CEO role in late August.

  • iSOFT to lay off 800 staff

    Australian e-health giant iSOFT (ASX:ISF) will lay off 800 staff, constituting 17 percent of its total workforce, over the next financial year in a bid to halt its sliding financial fortunes.