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Subject: [Value-based care] Cleveland Clinic ramps up ACO risk | Athenahealth's net income jumps 153% in 2017 | Is MIPS dead? 5 questions, answered | Advocate chooses Epic for single EHR | 5 reasons 'pay for performance' fails physicians & patients
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February 2, 2018
1. Cleveland Clinic ACO takes on downside risk with move to Track 1+ model: 4 things to know 

2. Athenahealth year-end net income up 153% since 2016: 4 things to know 

3. Is MIPS dead? 5 questions, answered 

4. How to innovate with patient generated health data for a meaningful impact on your organization Learn more 

5. Broward Health board selects indicted interim CEO to lead system, forgoes finalists Full story 

6. Viewpoint: 5 reasons 'pay for performance' fails physicians and patients 

7. How to align performance reviews with today's employee engagement needs to improve quality, productivity and the patient experience Learn more   
8. Advocate Health Care to transition to Epic for single EHR, revenue cycle platform 

9. Arizona Care Network ACO, Cigna to offer joint health plan: 4 things to know Full story

10. Allscripts appoints Dennis Olis CFO: 4 things to know Full story

11. How Millennials are Redefining Healthcare Today: Are you Behind? 

12. EHR problem lists aren't accurate enough for risk adjustment, study suggests 

13. Trinity Health of New England, Aetna partner for ACO product: 3 notes Full story

14. Healthcare organizations struggling with consumer engagement in governance: 4 study findings 



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