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Subject: 6 health IT key notes | Execs more likely to pay ransom if they've been previously hacked | Alphabet appoints 1st African American to board | 5 most popular health IT stories from June
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July 1, 2016
1. McKesson divests IT unit; Cerner, Epic, athenahealth among vendors with highest revenues; VA enlists IBM Watson to fight cancer - 6 health IT key notes 

2. Execs more likely to pay ransom if they've been previously hacked, survey finds 

3. Alphabet appoints first African American to board of directors 
4. What are the top 3 things to consider when partnering with a RPS partner? Learn more  
5. CHI St. Luke's joins Greater Houston HIE Full story 
6. 5 most popular health IT stories from June 

7. Patients are today's new payers. How are you handling this change? 
8. Biden threatens to cut funding to research institutions that don't publish clinical trial data 

9. Former Oracle VP named Informatica CIO 

Missouri AG urges state to adopt prescription drug monitoring program 

11. Over 100 Hospital executives speaking at Becker's 5th Annual CEO + CFO Roundtable (November 7-9, Swissotel, Chicago.) Come hear 59 CEOs and 27 CFOs from hospitals and health systems speak  


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