From: Becker's Health IT & CIO Report <>
Subject: VA picks Cerner over Epic for scheduling tool | Yale New Haven adds patient 'stories' to EHR | GE revisits plan to spin off health unit | Amazon FY 2018 results | Mount Sinai CIO Kumar Chatani on reducing long-term IT costs
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February 1, 2019
VA chooses Cerner's scheduling software over Epic's
2. GE reevaluates plan to spin off health unit: 4 notes 

3. How Mount Sinai Health System is reducing long-term IT costs: 3 Qs with CIO Kumar Chatani 

4. To learn how leading hospitals are capturing fee-for-service revenue and supporting value-based care, register for this webinar.
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6. New details on Amazon-Berkshire-JPMorgan health venture emerge: 5 things to know 

Learn how to capture fee-for-service revenue while supporting value-based initiatives during this upcoming webinar.

8. Yale New Haven Health to let patients add personal 'stories' into EHRs 
9. Michael Dowling: Let's remember who we are as Americans 

10. 5 most popular health IT stories in January 

Listen to this Becker's Healthcare Podcast to learn how market leaders are adapting to changing consumer expectations.

12. Apple, Aetna team up on health app; Athenahealth shareholders drop lawsuits & more - 13 health IT key notes 




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