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Subject: [Value-based care] Fitch: MACRA encourages hospital employment of physicians | Petya cyberattackers demand $256k for encryption key | Value-based care putting pressure on nonprofit hospital finances | Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong's NantWorks buys majority stake in 6 Calif. hospitals | ACOs continue to grow in 2017
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July 7, 2017
Petya cyberattackers make public statement, demand $256k for encryption key

2. Fitch: MACRA encourages hospital employment of physicians 
3. Value-based care putting pressure on nonprofit hospital finances, survey finds 
4. Learn how to improve organization productivity and efficiency in this upcoming webinar 
5. Billionaire Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong's company acquires majority stake in Integrity Healthcare
6. ACOs continue to grow in 2017 Full story 

7. Better safety and quality: Blueprint for collaboration between clinical and IT leaders 

8. Aledade strikes first MA accountable care contract 
9. DOD stays on schedule, plans to implement EHR on base later this month 

10. Humana creates chief risk officer position 

11. Inpatient & beyond: The post-acute care conundrum  

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