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Sequoia RSNA image sharing
By Ephraim Schwartz 07:36 am February 17, 2017
The nonprofit is also building out its Carequality and eHealth Exchange programs, CEO Mariann Yeager said. 
Mayo Clinic alert fatigue

Vitaly Herasevich, MD, said most alarms in place today are simple but often ineffective. 

By John Andrews 07:28 am February 17, 2017
Vitaly Herasevich, MD, bases the idea on the “failure to rescue,” a concept started in the nursing field and is gaining traction in applied clinical informatics. 
predictive risk stratification
By Chris Nerney 07:08 am February 17, 2017
The Chicago-based nonprofit’s methodology taps historical claims data along with real-time behavioral and social determinants data to better control costs by identifying patients likely to need care. 
Louisiana Healthcare Quality Forum UnitedHealthcare

Louisiana Healthcare Quality Forum CEO Cindy Munn said LHQF serves as the conduit betwenn emergency rooms and managed care organizations. 

By Diana Manos 06:56 am February 17, 2017
LHQF and UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of Louisiana created an HIE registry to keep patients out of the emergency room. 
NYC H+H Epic EHR
By Beth Jones Sanborn 03:33 pm February 16, 2017
New York City Health + Hospitals, whose CMIO resigned last March citing patient safety concerns ahead of the Epic go-live, is extending the next phase of its EHR implementation. 
Michele Snyder, chief marketing officer at Welltok

'In order to work hard and be motivated, I have to really believe in something both professionally and personally,' says Snyder.

By Miriam Paramore 12:31 pm February 16, 2017
Miriam Paramore talks with Snyder about her work and what keeps her engaged, why it's critical to help women thrive, and also about the pursuit of the ever elusive “balance.”
By Jessica Davis 12:11 pm February 16, 2017
UC Berkeley brought the case against Broad Institute in Jan. 2016, challenging the intellectual rights over patents held by Broad Institute for the gene editing technology. While Broad was first awarded patents for the technology, UC Berkeley claimed it was first to apply for the patent.
Hack healthcare Fortinet

Fortinet security strategist Derek Manky said that IoT-based attacks are the most interesting they encounter right now. 

By Bill Siwicki 12:00 pm February 16, 2017
The security vendor’s research also found that Internet of Things and medical devices are at the center of the storm.
By Bernie Monegain 11:23 am February 16, 2017
The HIE contains 98 percent of all Maine residents' clinical information.
By Ephraim Schwartz 11:08 am February 16, 2017
Big Blue will reveal a new cognitive and workflow tools at the conference. 

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