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Subject: [Telehealth edition] Paper records outperform EHRs on quality & quantity, study finds | 46% of consumers 'unlikely' to use telemedicine | Fla. hospital still closed post-hurricane | 12 health IT keynotes | 5 questions with Alignment Healthcare CEO John Kao on remote patient monitoring
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October 17, 2017
1. Study: Paper records outpace EHRs on content quality, quantity 

2. 46% of US consumers 'unlikely' to use telemedicine, survey finds 

5 questions with Alignment Healthcare CEO John Kao on remote patient monitoring

4. National Survey to Examine Challenges and Trends in Telehealth. Find out how other healthcare organizations are meeting their telehealth goals, how they are getting paid, what their priorities are, what technologies they are using, their biggest challenges, and more. Participate in the Telemedicine Magazine/URAC national telehealth survey and enter a $100 VISA gift card giveaway. 
5. Florida Hospital Oceanside remains closed 1 month after hurricane 

6. Google Research hires former UChicago Medicine chief quality officer; Nokia to increase focus on digital health & more - 12 health IT key notes 

7. How 2018 Medicare payment changes will affect ASC revenue cycles, and key opportunities for the future 

8. U of Florida Health receives $2.2M CDC grant to improve HIV care in urban areas

9. Avizia acquires Carena, offers telehealth to 1.3k hospitals
10. Burden of billions: Bringing focus back to caregiving     

11. Best strategies to prevent claims denials and avoid costly appeals claims. Learn how to upgrade your revenue cycle during this webinar  

12. Indiana Rural Health Association to expand telehealth services with $1M HHS grant 



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