From: Becker's Health IT & CIO Report <>
Subject: Cerner sued for $16M by Wis. health system | HIPAA restrictions waived post Hurricane Maria | U of Illinois Health chooses $101M Epic system | 5 vendor contracts, go-lives | VA CIO to retire | 5 thoughts with community hospital CIO Denni McColm
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September 25, 2017
1. Wisconsin health system blames Cerner software for $16M in losses 

2. 5 recent vendor contracts, go-lives 

3. VA CIO to retire in October: 4 things to know 

4. Top trends and challenges in Type 2 diabetes population management: Study highlights relationship between glycemic control and medication adherence 
5. What every state stands to gain or lose under Graham-Cassidy, according to CMS 

6. HHS waives some HIPAA restrictions in Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands post Hurricane Maria 

7. How to champion and evaluate success with your diabetic retinal program 

8. 5 thoughts with community hospital CIO Denni McColm 

9. U of Illinois Health to replace legacy EHR with $101M Epic system 
10. 4 health IT leaders, 5 thoughts: Millennials, phasing out CIOs, sabotage by underinvestment and more    

11. Make the most out of patient throughput -- don't let costly setbacks rule the day. Learn more about the key steps to immediately improve patient throughput   

12. 10 ways nursing education programs use technology 



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