From: Becker's Health IT & CIO Report <>
Subject: [Data analytics/Pop health] From data to diagnostics: 6 things to know about Apple's healthcare push | Parents charged $39 to hold baby after birth | DEA cuts opioid manufacturing quotas by 25% | Data finds many MLB players overweight
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October 6, 2016
1. 9 things to know about Apple's foray into healthcare 
2. Why zip codes matter more than genetics for health 
3. Parents charged $39 to hold baby after birth, itemized bill shows 
4. Healthcare Breach Security Assessment: Find out the potential gaps in your breach security where you may be lagging and opportunities for improving security capabilities. 
5. Anthem plans Atlanta IT center with 1,000 hires 
6. Could designing patient portals to look like apps boost patient engagement? 
7. Hear how EMR-integrated telehealth can deliver value-based care that meets or exceeds key incentive reimbursement performance metrics in this upcoming webinar. 
8. DEA slashes opioid manufacturing quotas by 25% for 2017 
9. HIMSS study outlines how hospitals are bringing a population health approach to health IT 
10. US psychologists: Patients show high levels of anxiety from election 
11. Caregiver Burnout: Does Technology Help or Hurt? 
12. Data show a majority of professional baseball players are overweight 



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