From: Becker's Health IT & CIO Report <>
Subject: [Data analytics/Pop health] Why hospitals should think smaller about big data | 10 largest HIPAA settlement fines | IBM Watson diagnoses rare cancer | EHR algorithm identifies hypertensive patients
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August 11, 2016
Investing in big data? It might benefit your hospital to think smaller

2. 10 largest HIPAA settlement fines

3. IBM Watson diagnoses a rare cancer physicians missed

4. What are the benefits of EPCS beyond compliance? 

5. EHR algorithm identifies hypertensive patients 
6. Health improves for low-income people in Medicaid expansion states

7. What are the lessons learned in reducing clinical variation? Thoughts from a CEO, CFO and CMO in this upcoming webinar.  
8. Health IT costs exceed $32k per physician per year

9. 5 things to know about Oklahoma State University's new Center for Predictive Medicine

10. Maryland hospital shuts down NICU after deadly bacteria discovered 



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