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Subject: [Data analytics/pop health] Epic responds to Cerner's protest of U of Illinois' EHR contract | How should hospitals prioritize clinical, operational predictive analytics? 5 healthcare leaders discuss | Today's 'hottest job': Data scientist | 3 questions with Cleveland Clinic CIO Edward Marx
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May 24, 2018
1. How Mass General is using an automated system to identify patients at risk for pneumonia 

2. 'Epic is a better system': Epic responds to Cerner's protest of U of Illinois' $62M EHR contract 

'Ask yourself how you model innovation': 3 thoughts from Cleveland Clinic CIO Edward Marx

4. 5 Workforce Management Strategies to Boost Employee Engagement 

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6. Tenet hospital's Medicare contract in jeopardy over patient safety issues  Full story

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

8. Cleveland Clinic to open 21k-square-foot biobank 

Study predicts patients' disease risks using emergency contacts 

10. UPMC, Philips & American Heart Association launch $30M venture fund for cardiovascular innovation 

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

12. Bloomberg: Today's 'hottest job' is data scientist 

13. There may not be enough genetic counselors to keep up with 23andMe: 5 things to know 

14. Should health systems prioritize clinical or operational predictive analytics? 5 healthcare leaders discuss 




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