Medical College of Georgia, GI Partners of Illinois & more: 5 GI practices in the news

Here are five practices with gastroenterology services making news.

Augusta-based Medical College of Georgia named Kenneth Vega, MD, its new chief of gastroenterology.

Essex, United Kingdom-based Atlantic Healthcare completed enrollment in its Phase 3 study of alicaforsen for patients with inflammatory bowel disease pouchitis.

Libertyville-based GI Partners of Illinois and Cumming, Ga.-based GI North both switched to the gGastro EHR system by gMed, a Modernizing Medicine company.

A third-party vendor error exposed patient data at Silver Spring, Md.-based Capital Digestive Care.

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