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Subject: EHR vendor to pay $155M for alleged misrepresentation of software | Geisinger lays off 46 in IT | UPMC names Dr. Robert Bart CMIO | 1-digit typo almost costs NY cancer center $250k in Medicare reimbursement
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June 2, 2017
1. EHR vendor, executives to pay $155M for allegedly misrepresenting software capabilities 

2. Geisinger lays off 46 IT employees  
3. UPMC taps Dr. Robert Bart to serve as CMIO
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