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Subject: 13 employees fired for 'snooping' in medical records at MUSC | Nokia doesn't see future in digital health, memo suggests | Why NewYork-Presby was named a most innovative AI company | 5 go-lives | UVA Health suffers 17-month malware infection
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February 26, 2018
1. Medical U of South Carolina fired 13 employees for 'snooping' in patients' medical records in 2017 

2. NewYork-Presbyterian named a most innovative company in AI: Here's what earned it the title

3. 5 recent vendor contracts, go-lives 

4. 117 Hospital, Health System Executive Moves in Q1 2018 

12 hospital, health system executives who departed with little notice 
Leaked Nokia memo suggests the end of its digital health business 

7. Hackers are targeting hospitals - here's how you can stop them 
8. Amazon, Aetna-CVS deals plagued with security concerns: 5 things to know 

9. U of Virginia Health System may have exposed 1.8k patients data in a 17 month malware infection Full story

10. Here's how 7 healthcare groups responded to the ONC's draft trusted exchange framework Full story

11. Mission Possible: The Breakthrough Impact of Increasing Employee Engagement 120% in 12 months 

12. Stakeholders to ONC, CMS: It's time to do something about health IT burdens - 5 hearing highlights



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