From: Becker's Health IT & CIO Report <>
Subject: 6 health IT key notes | Stolen medical records sell for about $2 | New ransomware encrypts individual files with unique key | 40 inconsequential medical procedures
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October 28, 2016
1. McKesson releases Paragon 14.0 EHR solution; Conemaugh Health System completes $50M Epic overhaul- 6 health IT key notes 
2. Stolen medical records sell for $2 approximately, report finds 
3. New ransomware variant encrypts individual files with unique key 
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5. British physicians draw up list of 40 procedures of little to no benefit 
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7. How can clinicians and supply chain professionals collaborate through the use of data to help standardize physician preference items? Learn more in this upcoming webinar 

8. Is Obama headed for a job in Silicon Valley? 5 reasons it's not unlikely 
9. Drchrono updates mobile EHR 
10. Conemaugh Health System completes $50M Epic overhaul 
11. Diagnosing which devices provide more for healthcare. Although zero clients might seem like a reliable choice in the clinical setting, they do not stand up to rich-client devices for efficiency or flexibility. 

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