From: Becker's Health IT & CIO Report <>
Subject: [Telehealth edition] Epic wins arbitration case in Supreme Court | Avizia CEO Mike Baird on the company's acquisition by American Well | Wis. hospital at risk of losing Medicare billing privileges | 4 things to know about Avera Health's 25-year-old telemedicine program | Amazon pays employees up to $5K to quit
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May 22, 2018
1. Will Elliott Management gain control of athenahealth? A timeline of events 

2. Avizia CEO Mike Baird on the effects of the American Well acquisition and the future of telehealth 

3. SnapMD integrates patient presenter capabilities within telehealth platform 

4. Patient data breaches may cost $380 per record - can you cover that? 3 things to know about cyber insurance 

5. Avera Health's telemedicine program, Avera eCARE, celebrates its 25th birthday: 4 things to know 

6. Wisconsin hospital's Medicare contract at risk after CMS discovers new deficiencies 

7. Learn how VCU drives more volume by transitioning from traditional marketing to personalized experiences 

8. EHR vendors stock report: Week of May 14-18 

9. How one VA hospital uses telehealth for 'art therapy': 4 things to know 

10. Amazon pays employees up to $5K to quit: 4 things to know 

11. Spot trends and opportunities for efficiency in your supply chain

12. 4 key recommendations for increasing physician engagement with the EHR 

13. An Epic day in court: Supreme Court rules in favor of Epic, upholds workplace arbitration contracts 




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