From: Becker's Health IT & CIO Report <>
Subject: [Data analytics/AI] KLAS: Hospitals say predictive tools don't live up to hype | Fitbit says it can solve med student depression | Salesforce expands healthcare portfolio | DOD hires 1st chief data officer
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August 23, 2018
1. Fitbit says it can solve medical student depression 

2. KLAS: Hospitals favor manual over predictive tools for nurse, staff scheduling 

3. Defense Department hires 1st chief data officer

4. How safe is your patient data? For insights into healthcare cybersecurity models, download this free white paper. 

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6. South Carolina hospital to close: 4 things to know 

7. Is your health system safe from cyber-attacks? Read this white paper 
for insights into military-inspired cybersecurity strategies. 

8. Salesforce expands work in healthcare 

9. Scientists use CRISPR to correct a genetic disease in human embryos

What's both the most overrated and the most exciting thing in healthcare? AI, says Protenus' Robert Lord: 4 questions 

11. To learn how a unified HR and finance cloud platform can bring value to your organization, register 
for this upcoming webinar.  

12. Anthem BCBS Ohio taps tech startup to improve respiratory disease outcomes

13. Americans are OK with genetically engineering animals - if it's for human health, Pew finds 

14. Columbia UMC physician: Apple, Google can save millions of lives 




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