From: Becker's Health IT & CIO Report <>
Subject: Majority of healthcare execs implement tech without staff input | Patient info found on neighborhood lawn | Why metrics matter for innovation | Software transition creates billing problems for Colo. Medicaid providers
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May 9, 2017
1. Canadian hospital says 7 patients' OR information was found on neighborhood lawn

2. 43% of healthcare execs implement tech with front-line staff, physician input 
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6. Colorado providers experience Medicaid reimbursement difficulties after software transition 

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