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Subject: [Data analytics/Pop health] University of Kentucky to monitor opioid overdoses in real time | 39% of IT leaders say data analytics still in demand | 3 hospitals choose Meditech EHR | CMS releases 2017 final OPPS rule | Do IT professionals get paid enough? Half say no
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 November 3, 2016
1. University of Kentucky to monitor opioid overdoses in real time with new surveillance system 
2. 3 hospitals move forward with MEDITECH web EHR 
3. CMS releases final OPPS rule for 2017: 11 things to know 
4. How can clinicians and supply chain professionals collaborate through the use of data to help standardize physician preference items? 

5. Is there a skills shortage in IT? 39% of IT leaders say data analytics is still in demand 
6. Survey: Average health IT professional salary is more than $93k, but nearly 50% feel they deserve more 
7. For an in-depth look at how rich-client devices increase efficiency and effectiveness compared to zero clients, 

NTT Data acquires Dell Services for $3.1B 
9. Study: Automated EHR analysis can predict HIV infection 
10. Gates Foundation gifts $210M to UW in global health initiative 

11. Credentialing Advancements in a New Delivery Era: How to Work Smarter in This Ever-Changing Environment Learn more

12. 5 most-read health IT stories in October Full story


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