From: Becker's Hospital CIO Report <>
Subject: The Case for Medical Scribes | 6 Recent Data Breaches Caused by Employees | The Worst Payers of 2014 | 5 States Where HIE Use is Highest, Lowest
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May 14, 2014
1. The Case for Medical Scribes in Emergency Care Full story 
2. 6 Recent Data Breaches Caused by Employees Full story

3. Mercy Breaks Ground on First-of-its-Kind Telemedicine Facility Full story  
4. 5 States Where HIE Use is Highest, Lowest Full story 
5. Teladoc Acquires AmeriDoc, Expands Market Presence Full story 


6. 4 Lessons on HIE Development From the Cincinnati Beacon Project Full story 


7. The "Worst" Payers of 2014: 7 Observations From Hospital Leaders Full story 


8. Upcoming Webinar: CIO Leadership Series. Best practices on data analytics, data security, meaningful use and more from Lee Carman, CIO of University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics and David Chou, CIO of the University of Mississippi Medical Center (May 21 at 2:00 p.m. CST)  Register here


9. Speaker handouts available for Becker's Hospital Review Annual Meeting, May 15-17 in Chicago.  Download now before the conference.


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