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Subject: [Value-based care] Walmart's effect on value-based care | Value-based physician payments up 10%, Horizon BCBS says | BlackBerry uses blockchain to store patient data | Fitbit data used in murder case
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October 5, 2018
1. Walmart is changing how we pay for healthcare: 5 things to know 

2. 3 assumptions hospital executives must shed to achieve high-value care 

3. Police use woman's Fitbit data to arrest suspect in her murder 

4. 90+ female health IT leaders to know. Click here to see the complete list, sponsored by CSI Healthcare IT. 

5. Cleveland Clinic may grow to 15 hospitals 

6. BlackBerry uses blockchain to store patient data 

7. What is your organization doing to stop superbugs? Learn how this hospital leverages state-of-the-art technology to knock out HAIs during this upcoming webinar.  

8. Horizon BCBS: Value-based physician payments up 10% 

Higher quality linked to lower cost 82% of the time, Advisory Board says

10. Gwinnett Medical Center: Some patient information exposed on Twitter 
11. The EHR Imperative: Eliminating outages and combatting cyberattacks can help improve patient care. 
12. Cerner taps 20+ businesses to support VA's EHR go-live; nThrive seeks merger with athenahealth & more - 11 health IT key notes   




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