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Subject: [Cybersecurity edition] OIG finds holes in military EHR security | 6 cloud-based systems hacked in Tulsa, Okla. | Join 210+ speakers at Becker's HIT + Rev Cycle meeting | The EHR is NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins's biggest healthcare pet peeve
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May 8, 2018
1. OIG finds holes in military's EHR security, facilities could be fined up to $1.5M

2. 6 cloud-based systems in the City of Tulsa hacked 
3. More than 347k HITECH breaches since 2009 - What gives? 

4. Podcast: Patient misidentification happens - here's what hospital executives can do about it

5. Join 210+ speakers from hospitals and health systems focused on cybersecurity, telehealth, mobile health, revenue cycle optimization, predictive analytics, EMR issues, denials, patient clearance, population health and more at Becker's Health IT + Revenue Cycle conference. Register here. For exhibiting and sponsor opportunities, e-mail Jessica Cole at

6. NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins names his biggest healthcare pet peeve - The EHR 

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

8. 1.13M records breached in Q1: 8 things to know 

9. Malware attack at Florida Hospital may have compromised patient data 

10. Ransomware targets healthcare industry the most: 4 things to know 

11. How system executives supported their local EDs through Harvey, Irma, and the Las Vegas shooting 

12. Uber's fatal self-driving crash caused by software flaw Full story




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