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Subject: Black Book: Nuance named No. 1 for clinical documentation improvement | Google taps former UChicago Medicine CQO for healthcare team | eClinicalWorks earns $130M in Q3 | 3 ways blockchain might improve hospital operations by 2027
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October 11, 2017
1. Black Book: Nuance named No. 1 clinical documentation improvement solution 

2. Deloitte: 3 ways blockchain might improve hospital operations by 2027 

3. Google Research expands healthcare team with UChicago Medicine hire 

4. Regulatory Affairs and the Revenue Cycle: What to watch for in the ASC industry 
5. 2 physicians named among 2017 MacArthur 'genius' grant winners 

6. Survey: Healthcare execs name data analytics, population health among top challenges for 2018

7. Key strategies to prevent costly patient misidentification in the future and use biometric identification to link patients with their medical records 

8. eClinicalWorks posts $130M earnings in Q3 FY17 

9. 8 things to know about gene-editing tech CRISPR
10. 25 business rules     

11. HAI can devastate patient outcomes and cost hospitals precious dollars. Learn about an evidence-based approach to HAI reduction with UV disinfection   

12. Viewpoint: 5 ways the internet of things is changing healthcare 



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