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Subject: [Telehealth] Mayo completes Epic transition | Physicians prescribe more antibiotics via telemedicine | Army strikes deal with Fitbit | 5 notes on Alliance for Connected Care's upcoming summit
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October 9, 2018
5 things to know about Alliance for Connected Care's upcoming summit 

2. 1 in 3 patients would use a virtual assistant to guide care, Deloitte finds

Mayo completes Epic transition with Arizona, Florida go-lives

4. Becker's Virtual Health IT Summit - Click here to register for the 3-day online event

5. Thrilled to welcome Katie Couric and former presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush to Becker's 10th Annual Hospital Review Meeting, April 1-4 in Chicago. 
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6. Millennials are upending the primary care model: 4 things to know

7. Healthcare IT leaders need to take a multi-faceted approach cybersecurity. Download this free white paper to learn how to protect patient health data

8. Health plans increasingly cover telemedicine services, despite low adoption

9. Study suggests physicians prescribe more antibiotics via telemedicine than in person

10. KLAS: Remote patient monitoring reduces admissions, readmissions, ER visits
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12. Army strikes deal with Fitbit for 500+ activity trackers  




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