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Subject: [Telehealth] Bezos backs age-related diseases startup | 5 ways millennials, seniors adopt virtual care | NewYork-Presbyterian's net income tumbles 47% | 7 recent vendor contracts, go-lives
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September 4, 2018
1. Penn Highlands Dubois to offer telehealth center for sexual assault victims 

2. Teladoc waives service fees in wake of Hurricane Lane 

3. Bezos backs startup aimed at delaying age-related diseases

4. The rise of digital health: Drive telehealth adoption with provider engagement strategies. Register for this webinar to learn more. 

NewYork-Presbyterian's net income tumbles 47%  Full story

6. Apple purchases augmented-reality glasses startup 

7. To learn a 3-step strategy for implementing systemwide telehealth services, download this free white paper.

5 most popular health IT stories in August 

9. One Medical CEO Amir Rubin aims to cut 10% of US healthcare spending 

 5 ways all generations - from millennials to seniors - are adopting virtual care 

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

12. 7 recent vendor contracts, go-lives 




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