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Subject: [Telehealth edition] GE sells health IT assets for $1B | Why the Walmart-Humana deal worries hospitals | Hear Cubs' Theo Epstein speak at Becker's Hospital Review's CEO + CFO Roundtable | Texas Tech uses telemedicine to intervene with potentially dangerous students
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April 3, 2018
1. GE to sell health IT assets to Veritas Capital in $1.05B deal 

Texas Tech uses video conferencing to identify potentially dangerous students
3. Typical mHealth app costs $425k to develop, report finds  

4. How to improve your hospital's workflow and communication with a data-driven mobility solution 

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6. A Walmart-Humana giant scares hospitals: 5 reasons why 
7. The right imaging strategy should improve care and cut costs. Learn how to optimize enterprise imaging in this white paper 
8. 30% of patients have left medical appointment due to long wait times 

9. Allina Health, Zipnosis partner to offer additional virtual care opportunities Full story

10. AAFP connects members with telehealth platform under new pilot program: 4 things to know

11. A new model for healthcare: Why cloud for payor provider 

12. DrChrono launches Apple leasing bundle to get advanced tech in physicians hands at low cost 




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