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Subject: [Cybersecurity edition] Cybercrime costs healthcare companies $12.5M per year | Top 15 cybersecurity stories of 2017 | 3 health IT implications of Price's resignation | Ark. surgery center reports 128k patients impacted by ransomware
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October 3, 2017
1. Dr. Price resigns as HHS secretary: 3 health IT implications 

Cybercrime costs healthcare companies $12.5M per year, report finds 

3. October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month: Top 15 cybersecurity stories so far in 2017 

4. From transactional to strategic: A systems approach to transforming your radiology service line for better patient care at lower cost 
5. Seeking speakers for Becker's Health IT + CMO/CNO Meeting in May 2018. Please send all speaking proposals to speak to Scott Becker at by Friday, Oct. 6. 

6. Arkansas surgery center reports 128k patients impacted by ransomware

Weight-bearing MRIs -- Beyond Gravity: How Spine Specialists Leverage Clinical Innovation and Business Discoveries 

8. Hospital leaders should be weary of accidental insider mistakes, better prepare employees 

9. McAffee: Healthcare accounts for 26% of North American cybersecurity incidents in Q2
10. 14 healthcare privacy incidents reported in September    

11. Don't lose access to your clinical data: 4 ways to protect and recover from ransomware attacks   

12. Outcome Health to lay off employees after announcing plans to add 2k 



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