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Subject: Avg. data breach costs $7.35M | Allegations of delayed breach notification settled for $130k | Investigation: 2 died at Calif. hospital due in part to understaffed OR | IoT malware doubled in 2016 | Teladoc buys Best Doctors for $440M
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June 21, 2017
1. Health IT company CoPilot agrees to $130k settlement after delayed breach notification

IoT malware doubled in 2016: 6 report insights 
3. Average data breach costs $7.35M: 7 research insights 
4. Perioperative surgical home: A model to improve surgical outcomes and reducing costs 
5. Investigation: Understaffing in OR contributed to 2 patient deaths at California hospital 
6. Teladoc to acquire Best Doctors in $440M agreement Full story 

7. Learn how to improve organization productivity and efficiency in this upcoming webinar 

8. How informatics led Dr. Don Rucker to head ONC 
9. Former US CISO asks Congress to fill post 

10. MGMA poll: Only 6% of healthcare professionals use data collected by patient wearable devices 

11. 5 workforce management initiatives rated highest by 293 executives for labor cost containment and improving care quality 

12. Partners in Digital Health launches peer-reviewed blockchain journal 



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