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February 27, 2018
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From rocks to rockin' health IT: 5 questions to CHIME, HIMSS CIO of the Year Randy McCleese

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Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel: Are hospitals becoming obsolete? 

7. Focusing on Patient Financial Health at Inova 
The coming of age of a serial entrepreneur - Sumit Nagpal's story

9. CMS seeks physician participants for study on quality reporting burdens Full story

10. Virtual care visits up 7.3% this flu season: 3 things to know  Full story

11. Executive Compensation Considerations Post Tax Reform 

6 telehealth policy barriers to watch out for

13. Report: 5 best, worst states for broadband access 



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