From: Becker's Health IT & CIO Report <>
Subject: Apple could make $313B in healthcare by 2027 | Wash. hospitals may resort to fax while HIE is down | Podcast: Cleveland Clinic CIO Ed Marx on motivating teams | IT disturbance downs Ky. hospital EHR
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April 9, 2019
1. Apple could make $313B in healthcare by 2027, analysts say 
2. Kentucky hospital hit with IT disturbance, experiences EHR downtime

3. Washington hospitals may resort to fax during health information network shutdown

4. Why access management is still a foundation for strong security in 2019. Download this podcast
to hear from Imprivata's CTO Wes Wright. 

5. Join 215+ hospital and health system executive speakers at Becker's largest Health IT + Revenue Cycle conference yet. Register here. | Thrilled to welcome keynotes Nikki Haley, Peyton Manning and George W. Bush at Becker's 8th Annual CEO + CFO Roundtable, November 11-13, 2019. Register hereFor exhibiting and sponsorship opportunities, e-mail Jessica Cole at

6. CMS: Medicare Advantage plans to cover more telehealth services

Read this new case study describing the significant quality and financial improvements gained through the Scripps and Ingenious Med partnership. 

8. How EHR downtime affects clinical outcomes 
What Livongo and Change Healthcare's IPOs means for digital health competitors 

10. Google Cloud health leader jumps ship to Microsoft Healthcare 

11. Timely cost data - A crucial component of value-based care. Download this free white paper 
to learn why. 

12. Laura Dyrda interviews Ed Marx, CIO of Cleveland Clinic 




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