10 top health IT stories in November

Mackenzie Garrity - Print  | 

Google and St. Louis-based Ascension's Project Nightingale captured Becker's Hospital Review readers' attention last month as consumers learned their data was being shared with the tech giant.

Here are the top 10 health IT stories in November:

1. Ascension leader shares 8 reactions to reports on system's work with Google

2. How the Cerner, Amazon partnership is unfolding

3. Google's 'Project Nightingale' is secretly collecting data on millions of Ascension patients: WSJ

4. Vanderbilt University Medical Center triples operating income after Epic rollout

5. Cerner issues another round of layoffs

6. Dr. David Feinberg responds to criticism of Ascension, Google project

7. VA may not be ready for Cerner EHR go-live in March, agency subcommittee says

8. Warren vows to conduct antitrust investigation of EHR market

9. Google was about to post X-rays with personal data online before NIH stepped in

10. Federal investigators probe Ascension, Google project

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