From: Becker's Health IT & CIO Report <>
Subject: [Value-based care] 71% of ACOs would leave MSSP if required to assume risk | Allscripts posts $514M in Q1 revenue | Apple Watch has a new competitor | CEO, CFO of Mo. hospital resign over PTO violation | 7 health IT key notes
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May 4, 2018
1. 71% of ACOs would likely leave MSSP if required to assume risk 

2. Allscripts posts $514M in Q1 revenue, up 24% from year prior: 4 things to know 

3. The Apple Watch project might gain a competitor - U of Kansas Medical Center to detect atrial fibrillation using Garmin's wearables 

4. How to bolster BPCI Advanced results and identify actionable insights for success 

5. CEO, CFO of Missouri hospital resign over inappropriate reimbursements 

6. AMA funnels $27.2M into health tech innovation enterprise 

7. The cloud is enabling a healthcare revolution: Learn how to drive value-based transformation with this white paper 

8. CMS seeks information on direct provider payment models 

9. Beth Israel Deaconess unveils health tech exploration center 

10. How ACOs can optimize post-acute care to succeed in value-based care: 5 Qs with naviHealth's senior medical director 

11. How to foster a data-driven culture at your hospital for real clinical and financial improvement 

12. Cerner, athenahealth post Q1 earnings results; Fitbit, Google team up to bring user data to the EMR & more - 7 health IT key notes 




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