From: Becker's Health IT & CIO Report <>
Subject: McKesson lays off 60 | Epic recognizes Mercy as top EHR user | 67k new IT jobs created since January | Physicians shocked by abrupt closure of their own clinic
View our profile on LinkedIn Follow us on Twitter Like us on Facebook Find us on Google+ View our videos on YouTube

 November 8, 2016
1. Epic recognizes Mercy as top EHR user 
2. McKesson lays off 60 workers in North Carolina 
3. Almost 67k new IT jobs created since start of 2016, even as IT job growth slows 
4. Physician engagement is more crucial now than ever as healthcare's business model shifts to value-based care. Learn how health IT can empower clinicians to enhance clinical documentation through the EHR and improve overall performance at your hospital. Download the e-book here

5. Physicians shocked by abrupt closure of their own clinic 
6. GE Healthcare CEO: How rectifying the gender gap in healthcare leadership will help solve worldwide challenges 
7. How hospitals can elevate the standard of care and lower costs with an outcome pledge program. Learn more in this upcoming webinar. 

8. Acting like men doesn't make women more likely to land STEM jobs, study finds 
9. Survey: 71% of CIOs suspect mobile technology will revolutionize business; only 59% of other executives agree 
10. 4 tips for hospitals implementing population health analytics 

11. Post-operative Delirium: Quality of Life and Economic Implications to Patients and Hospitals Learn more

12. Can electronic messaging reduce provider-patient telephone calls? Full story


Contact Us

Editorial Contact: 
Akanksha Jayanthi  
(312) 254-1531
email editorial

Sales, Marketing & Events:
Jessica Cole
President and CEO
Becker's Hospital Review
A Becker's Healthcare Publication
17 N. State, Suite 1800 | Chicago, IL 60602
ASC Communications, 17 N. State St., Suite 1800, Chicago, IL 60602
Sent by in collaboration with
Constant Contact