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Subject: [Cybersecurity edition] Intel chip flaws compromise millions of devices | Insider data theft cases up 25% last year | Judge denies 84-year-old computerless physician's plea to regain license | NC health dept sends unencrypted email with data on 6k employee applicants
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November 28, 2017
1. Insider data theft court cases rise 25% in 1 year 

2. Intel chip flaws compromise millions of devices 

3. North Carolina DHHS sends unencrypted email containing 6k employee applicants' drug screening data to vendor 

4. Healthcare quality and engagement - key thoughts from a health plan to achieve care coordination 
5. We are thrilled to have Former Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush at Becker's 9th Annual Hospital Review Meeting. 
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6. Judge dismisses 84-year-old computerless physician's plea to regain her license 

7. Reducing friction with CRM while improving patient engagement 

8. 5 questions with Secure-24 Chief Security and Privacy Officer Brian Herr on cloud security 

9. Uber paid hackers $100k to cover up cyberattack that exposed 57M customers' information 
This company uses blockchain to drive down health insurance costs

11. Demystifying Artificial Intelligence for Healthcare - Finding the value beyond the hype  

12. 7 must-read articles for healthcare leaders this week 



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