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Subject: [Data analytics/AI] IBM CEO: Watson has not failed | How Mayo Clinic uses AI to detect 'silent' heart disease | NorthShore to offer DNA tests to 10,000 patients | Apple's 'greatest contribution to mankind' will be about health, CEO says
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January 10, 2019
1. How Mayo Clinic researchers use AI to detect 'silent' heart disease 
2. IBM CEO: Watson has not failed

3. ONC advisory group cancels January meeting amid government shutdown  Full story

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6. Pennsylvania hospital misses payroll for 9th time since August 

7. Getting to the bottom of all-cause harm. Click here for 10 articles on patient safety and technology. 

8. 23andMe joins forces with one of CDC's diabetes prevention programs 
9. NorthShore to offer 10,000 primary care patients DNA testing services 

10. Microsoft, biotech company seek medical researchers, patient groups to help 'map' human immune system 

11. How to position your organization to hit margin improvement goals. Click here to download the interactive e-book.  

12. Tim Cook: Apple's 'greatest contribution to mankind' will be about health 




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