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Subject: Amazon, NIH partner | Microsoft to debut employee health plan | Rush integrates Epic portal, indoor GPS into app | eClinicalWorks adds clinical decision support for opioids
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October 24, 2018
Amazon, NIH partner to link biomedical researchers

2. Microsoft to debut employee health plan with Eastside Health Network, Premera Blue Cross 

3. Rush integrates indoor GPS, Epic patient portal into MyRush patient app 

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5. Trump administration's new insurance guidelines for states, employers: 10 things to know   

6. It's not just 'Stayin' Alive' - Here's why NewYork-Presbyterian built a Spotify playlist for CPR 

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8. Henry Ford Health System supports Apple's health records feature

9. Amazon, Apple join growing list of companies opening on-site clinics for employees
10. eClinicalWorks rolls out clinical decision support for opioid prescriptions 

11. Healthcare cybersecurity breaches are on the rise, and patients are at risk. To learn how to safeguard your organization's patient data, download this white paper

12. WakeMed CMIO Dr. Neal Chawla's team goals for 2019: Training, analytics & patient functionality 




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