From: Becker's Health IT & CIO Report <>
Subject: [Data analytics/AI] Why Facebook wants physicians to have more data | Penn Medicine launches EHR project | How hospitals in the South are preparing for Hurricane Michael | Johns Hopkins predicts patient no-shows
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October 11, 2018
1. Penn Medicine wants to transform EHRs: 4 things to know  

2. National Library of Medicine names 1st chief health data standards officer 

3. Facebook's head of health research says physicians need more personal patient data 

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6. How hospitals in the South are preparing for Hurricane Michael 

7. Click here to register for Becker's Virtual Health IT Summit: A 3-day online conference focused on the trends, topics and technologies that empower better care

8. eClinicalWorks joins CMS Blue Button 2.0, opens search engine for patient data 

9. Apple patent suggests move toward blood pressure monitoring 
10. Johns Hopkins researchers develop tool to predict patient no-shows 

11. The EHR Imperative: Eliminating outages and combatting cyberattacks can help improve patient care. Download the white paper.

12. Why the C-suite must understand and support clinical informatics in the care process: Q&A with Metro Health, U of Michigan Health CMIO Dr. Brad Clegg 




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