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Subject: Allscripts, Lyft join forces to improve non-emergent patient transportation | 1 in 5 health workers would sell confidential data | HIMSS starts today: 5 things to consider | Nuance blames NotPetya for $98M in lost revenue | Google partners with Flex | Epic, athenahealth rank best in interoperability
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March 3, 2018
1. Lyft, Allscripts partnership aims to make it easier for patients to make medical appointments: 5 things to know

2. KLAS: Epic, athenahealth offer most interoperable data-sharing networks 

3. 1 in 5 health employees willing to sell confidential data: 7 survey insights

4. Value-based payments are here - what is the status of your organization? Complete this survey for complimentary registration to Becker's Hospital Review 9th Annual Meeting in April  

5. 5 questions for HIMSS this year Full story
6. Healthgrades announces 'America's Best Hospitals' for 2018

7. Emergency Department Culture Change Improves Care Quality, Efficiency, and Provider Retention: Here's How 
8. The cost of a malware attack: Nuance attributes $98M in lost revenue to NotPetya - 6 things to know

9. Harvard psychologist: AI fear-mongering is the Y2K of the 21st century Full story

Google partners with Flex to connect medical devices
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11. The Analytics of Behavioral Health in the Emergency Department: Benefits of telePsychiatry 

12. Pagosa Springs Medical Center reaches HIMSS Analytics stage 7




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