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Subject: [Cybersecurity edition] FBI: Reboot routers to avoid malware linked to Russia | Humana detects 'suspicious' behavior in calls to its 1-800 numbers | Nurse awarded $28M in case against Brigham & Women's | 1 in 10 healthcare orgs hit with cyberattacks paid ransom | 11 health IT key notes
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May 29, 2018
1. FBI wants everyone to reboot their routers to avoid malware linked to Russia 

2. CIOs air their concerns about the cloud: 3 survey insights  

3. Humana detects 'suspicious' behavior in calls to its automated 1-800 numbers 

4. Navigating IT considerations for success post M&A? Find out how to achieve interoperability during this upcoming webinar

Athenahealth's largest investor says sale is in 'best interest' for shareholders  Full story

6. Nurse awarded $28M in retaliation suit against Brigham and Women's Hospital  Full story

Learn how Gundersen Health System significantly improved workflow around prescriptions

8. EHR vendors stock report: Week of May 21-25 

HITRUST releases certification program for NIST cybersecurity framework 

10. 1 in 3 healthcare organizations have suffered a cyberattack, 1 in 10 paid ransom: 6 things to know 

11. Learn the difference between ASTM surgical and procedure mask standards 

12. Epic wins arbitration case in Supreme Court; VA awards Cerner $10B contract & more - 11 health IT key notes 




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