From: Becker's Health IT & CIO Report <>
Subject: [Data analytics/AI] Japan's 10 'AI hospitals' to curb physician shortage | HIT doesn't work 'by virtually any measure,' medical group exec says | HCA investors cash out | Google's DeepMind develops AI for triage
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August 16, 2018
1. To address the physician shortage, Japan plans 10 'AI hospitals' - Here's what they will look like 

2. Google's sister company DeepMind develops AI to triage eye care patients 

3. Here's why University Medical Group's Shon Brink says health IT is a myth: 4 questions with the director of finance, business operations 
4. Deliver on value-based care with actionable data. Learn how during this upcoming webinar.   

5. Thrilled to host our largest-ever Health IT + Revenue Cycle Conference next month in Chicago. Registration closes September 1. Register here. For exhibiting and sponsor opportunities, email Jessica Cole at

6. Investors cash out of HCA as stock hits record high 
7. How much are duplicate medical records costing your organization? Read this white paper 
to learn how the University of Utah Health identified and addressed more than $650k in duplicate record costs.

8. Facebook restricts addiction treatment ads in move to curb 'predatory behavior' 
9. Amazon, 23andMe among 500+ entities registered to use CMS' Blue Button 2.0 API Full story

10. Garmin expands work in cardiac health 

11. To learn how UCSF is transforming the patient experience with EHR integration, download this white paper.  

12. NIH awards consortium $6.5M to create predictive models for precision medicine 





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