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Subject: Calif. hospital apologizes for secretly recording patients | Microsoft to shut down medical records service | Epic turns 40 | Tele-visits linked to uptick in antibiotic overprescribing
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April 8, 2019
California hospital apologizes after dozens of patients claim they were secretly recorded 
2. Microsoft to shut down patient medical records service HealthVault by November

3. Epic turns 40

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5. Arkansas hospital files for bankruptcy

6. Google pulls plug on AI, tech advisory board

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8. Pediatric telemedicine visits may lead to uptick in antibiotic overprescribing, study show 
9. UMass physicians awarded $200K for opioid telemedicine initiative 

10. Big tech tackles the opioid crisis at FDA closed summit

11. Learn how technology is making SDoH initiatives scalable and what's coming next. Download Social Determinants of Health: From Insights to Action. 

12. 7 recent vendor contracts, go-lives 




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