5 most popular health IT stories in September

Here are the five most-read health IT stories from Becker's Hospital Review in September, beginning with the most popular:

1. Apple is hiring for its health business

Apple is seeking an engineering manager to support its health business.

2. Cerner President Zane Burke to step down

Cerner President Zane Burke will step down from his post at the company Nov. 2.

3. Cyberattack forces Indiana hospital to cancel elective surgeries, divert ambulances

Lutheran Hospital in Fort Wayne, Ind., canceled all remaining elective surgeries Sept. 18, after its IT team discovered a computer virus.

4. Apple's latest health hire is the COO of this Minnesota hospital chain

Apple's latest addition to its health team is M. Osman Akhtar, former COO of the nonprofit hospital network Minneapolis-based Fairview Health Services.

5. Cerner president sells $10M in shares

Zane Burke, the president of Cerner, sold 151,818 shares of the company on Aug. 28.

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