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Subject: [Value-based care] Va. hospital sues Cerner, Siemens | 107 cybersecurity companies in healthcare | Patient stabs, injures nurse in Mass. hospital | MIPS reporting options expanded by QCDRs | Why the 'new normal' for healthcare cost growth isn't sustainable
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June 16, 2017
1. Weirton Medical Center sues Cerner, Siemens for breach of contract: 10 things to know

2. Why the 'new normal' for healthcare cost growth isn't sustainable 
3. QCDRs offer more options to physicians for MIPS reporting
4. What are the operational, financial and clinical performance issues leaders should prioritize today with political uncertainty in the forefront? Learn more in this upcoming webinar. 
Patient stabs, seriously injures nurse at Massachusetts hospital
6. Hospital value-based purchasing not linked to improved clinical process measures, study finds Full story 

7. Research Findings: Strong Collaboration Between Clinical and IT Leaders Supports Better Safety and Quality 

8. Massachusetts selects 18 ACOs to redesign state Medicaid program 
4 notes on the HHS task force's 'Cash for Clunkers' cybersecurity recommendation

10. AMIA to CMS: Reduce EHR reporting requirements 

11. Webinar: What are the first steps you should take to integrate your clinical team post M&A? 

12. 107 cybersecurity companies in healthcare | 2017 



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