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Subject: [Data analytics/Pop health] 10 medical innovations Cleveland expects to shape 2018 | Scripps launches app-based heart research study | Which execs do senior info security officers report to? | Microsoft, Green Bay Packers partner on tech accelerator
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October 26, 2017
1. Cleveland Clinic lists top 10 medical innovations to shape 2018 

2. Scripps launches Apple ResearchKit app to study link between genetic risk, heart-healthy behaviors  

3. Survey: Which execs do senior information security officers report to? 

4. How much does your MPI really cost? Use this quick calculator to reveal your master patient index's hidden and unexpected costs - and learn how to eliminate them. 
5. Shareholders push for changes at Tenet and CHS: 6 things to know 

6. Practical steps for integrating genetic tests into practice 

7. How virtual reality and artificial intelligence are making an impact on healthcare organizations and delivery 

8. Microsoft partners with Green Bay Packers for Wisconsin tech accelerator 

9. Tesla fires more employees, this time from its SolarCity offices 
10. Banner Alzheimer's Institute to genotype volunteers for research     

11. Psychiatric cases are a growing problem in hospital emergency departments. Patients and hospitals experience sub-optimal outcomes. There's a better way.   

Duke appoints leadership team to health data sciences center 



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