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Subject: Cyberattack forces Ind. hospital to cancel elective surgeries | 72 community hospital CIOs to know | IBM sued for age discrimination after firing thousands | Stanford: 11 steps to improve EHRs
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September 19, 2018
1. Cyberattack forces Indiana hospital to cancel elective surgeries, divert ambulances 

2. IBM sued for age discrimination after firing thousands: 6 things to know 

3. 72 community hospital CIOs to know | 2018 

4. Learn the latest trends in patient billing during the Patient Payment and Engagement Summit at Becker's 4th Annual Health IT + Revenue Cycle Conference in September. Register here

5. Sutter Health reports higher operating revenues, income in first half of 2018 

6. Stanford: 11 steps hospitals can take to improve EHRs by 2028 

7. Cyber threats are becoming more sophisticated. How safe is your patient data? Find best practices for managing cyber threats in this new white paper.

8. VA to offer 5-year contract to maintain VistA EHR 

9. Documentation is physicians' most common pain point, survey finds 

10. 5 healthcare companies on Forbes' Cloud 100 list 

11. Telehealth adoption is on the rise, but barriers still exist. To learn about those barriers and review keys to consumer telehealth program success, download this e-book.

12. GE Healthcare expands Oregon hospital's mission control center to address sepsis care 




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