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Subject: [Telehealth] NJ physician arrested in $20M telemedicine fraud scheme | Teladoc partners with Northwestern, USC for antibiotic stewardship study | Michigan hospital recommends woman raise $10K for heart transplant | Q&A with SSM Health CIO Dr. Philip Loftus
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November 27, 2018
1. Northwestern, USC, Teladoc to study antibiotic stewardship in telehealth: 4 things to know

2. Anthem Blue Cross offers California Medicaid members 24/7 free telehealth service 
3. Wyoming Medical Center enters into telestroke partnership with 2 hospitals

4. Podcast - How mobile engagement solutions can improve both patient and clinician experiences 
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6. Michigan hospital rejects woman's heart transplant, recommends she raise $10K

7. For insights into navigating the crowded field of payers and payment models, download this free 

8. Why clinical teams drive EHR success: Q&A with SSM Health CIO Dr. Philip Loftus 

9. 45 minutes of patient education can improve chronic disease management, study finds 

10. Federal cybersecurity center to issue guidelines on remote patient monitoring systems

11. Case Study: Access to Behavioral Health via telehealth reduced ED admissions by 19% and wait times to 36 minutes

12. New Jersey physician arrested in $20M telemedicine fraud scheme




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