From: Becker's Health IT & CIO Report <>
Subject: Amazon rolls out EHR-mining software | Atrium Health hacked: 2.65M patients affected | UnitedHealth's EHR to serve 50M | HIMSS names 'Most Influential Women in Health IT' | Tower Health points to Epic install for operating loss
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November 28, 2018
1. UnitedHealth's EHR to serve 50M members in 2019 

Amazon to sell EHR-mining software
3. HIMSS names 'Most Influential Women in Health IT' for 2019 

4. The baby boomers are aging, rates of chronic illness are on the rise. The solution? Better home healthcare. Register for this upcoming webinar to learn more.   
5. Atrium Health billing hack compromised data of 2.65M patients: 6 things to know 

6. Detroit hospital cited after insects found in ICU 

7. Is your organization making the most of its patient-generated data? Read this e-book to learn how to get the most out of remote patient monitoring.  

8. CIOs are losing decision-making power, Black Book finds 

9. NYU School of Medicine releases 10K MRI scans as part of Facebook collaboration 

10. The future of voice recognition in healthcare - key thoughts from 7 CMIOs 

11. The EHR Imperative: Eliminating outages and combatting cyberattacks can help improve patient care.

12. Tower Health attributes operating loss to Epic install, acquisition costs




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