From: Becker's Health IT & CIO Report <>
Subject: IBM stops sales of Watson for Drug Discovery | Best Buy to sell telehealth devices | NYC Health + Hospitals goes live on $1B Epic platform | Why health IT needs more nurses | 50 companies investing in blockchain
View our profile on LinkedIn Follow us on Twitter Like us on Facebook Find us on Google+ View our videos on YouTube
April 18, 2019
1. IBM stops development, sales of Watson for Drug Discovery 
2. NYC Health + Hospitals now live on Epic at 19 more facilities 

Best Buy, Tyto Care launch device for at-home medical exams: 5 notes

How CHRISTUS Health improved physician satisfaction with expedited EHR access. 
Click here to register for the webinar. 

5. Join 215+ hospital and health system leaders in health IT and revenue cycle management, over 315 speakers overall at Becker's Health IT + Revenue Cycle conference, October 9-12 in Chicago. Register here| Thrilled to welcome terrific keynotes George W. Bush, Nikki Haley and Peyton Manning to Becker's CEO + CFO Roundtable, November 11-13. Register here

For exhibiting and sponsor opportunities, e-mail Jessica Cole at

6. Health IT needs more nurses: 6 questions with nurse informaticist Whende Carroll 

7. Eliminating Silos with Artificial Intelligence - Learn how AI breaks down utilization management and operational barriers within hospitals and health systems, as well as between payers and providers. Click here to register. 

8. ONC: How hospitals use EHR data varies by vendor 
9. E-cigarette maker Juul considers digital health tools for smokers looking to cut back 

10. Intuit CIO shares strategies for successful AI integration 

11. Help stop HAIs-experts provide simple and quick Healthcare disinfecting and cleaning steps you can take today! 
12. 50 companies investing in blockchain




Contact Us

Editorial Contact: 
Emily Rappleye  
Managing Editor
(312) 948-8556
email editorial

Sales, Marketing & Events:
Jessica Cole
President and CEO
Becker's Hospital Review
A Becker's Healthcare Publication
17 N. State, Suite 1800 | Chicago, IL 60602
ASC Communications, 17 N. State St., Suite 1800, Chicago, IL 60602
Sent by in collaboration with
Constant Contact