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Subject: Physicians speak out against EHR 'shackles' | 3 hurdles blocking true precision medicine | Why Andy Slavitt is tweeting this about patient's experience | Walgreens ventures into gamification to boost medication adherence
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August 17, 2016
1. Physicians speak out against EHR 'shackles' in JAMA commentary 

2. 3 hurdles in the way of true precision medicine

3. Why Andy Slavitt is tweeting about one patient's efforts to shed light on broken healthcare 

4. Recruit, hire and retain an epic-skilled IT team. Where do you find them, what should pay them, and how can you retain them?

5. Walgreens ventures into gamification to boost medication adherence 
6. University of Michigan School of Public Health joins Precision Medicine Initiative 

7. How out-of-OR areas can impact performance 
8. Cedars-Sinai launches hospital-patient text messaging, end-of-life care platforms 

9. Core Solutions nabs first EHR provider partner in Colorado 

Bahamian Ministry of Health selects Allscripts EHR 



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