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Subject: Judge tosses Epic's worker wage lawsuit | Google Home, Amazon Echo enter OR | Shuttered Ariz. hospitals give patients 90 days to access EHR | Duke creates blockchain incubation lab
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March 26, 2019
1. Epic's worker wage lawsuit tossed by judge
2. Google Home, Amazon Echo are hidden players in the operating room 

3. Shuttered Arizona hospitals to give patients 90 days to access medical records 

4. How to simplify healthcare spend with back-office automation. Click here 
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6. Digital health apps turned into crisis hotlines: Companies struggle to respond 

7. Learn how to leverage MFA to improve security and enable EPCS from WellSpan Health's CMIO. Register for this upcoming webinar to learn how. 

8. Duke University creates blockchain incubation lab 
9. Children's Hospital Los Angeles hosts hackathon to develop digital pediatric health tools 

10. Allscripts expands digital platform 

11. Unite clinicians and improve clinical and financial outcomes with a regional communication network. Click here to register for the upcoming webinar. 

12. AI may help detect ICU patient mobility, study shows 




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