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Subject: [Cybersecurity edition] 12 employees suspended for HIPAA violation at Washington Health | Mayo seeks blockchain storage for health records | What healthcare can learn from Sutter's network outage | The top reasons CIOs outsource jobs
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June 19, 2018
1. Mayo Clinic looking to store health records on blockchain 

2. At least 12 Washington Health System employees suspended following potential HIPAA violation 

3. What Sutter Health's computer outage teaches healthcare about EHR vulnerabilities 

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6. Florida health system accused of illegally poaching physicians from competitor 

Learn how one CTO leverages single-sign on solutions to make new IT clinician friendly

8. Ransomware attacks down despite general hike in cyber intrusions  

9. The top reasons CIOs choose to outsource jobs 

10. Amazon's Alexa is coming to Marriott hotel rooms 

11. Workforce analytics that drive better quality of care 

12. Imprivata's Carina Edwards shares her 3 steps for a successful technology implementation: 3 questions with the senior vice president of customer experience 





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