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Hackensack Meridian to migrate Epic workloads to Google Cloud

Hackensack Meridian to migrate Epic workloads to Google Cloud

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Google Cloud this week announced a new agreement with Epic, with the two IT giants working together to help health systems move clinical data to the cloud. A major Epic customer, Hackensack Meridian Health, says it plans to move its electronic health record workloads to a hosted environment. WHY IT MATTERS The goal is faster
This Guy Returned a $4.8 Million Check to Haribo and They Rewarded Him With Gummies

This Guy Returned a $4.8 Million Check to Haribo and They Rewarded Him With...

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Lindsey RamseyIt's not every day that you casually stumble upon a check that's worth nearly $5 million, but that's exactly what happened recently to a man from Frankfurt, Germany. As if the incredible find wasn't bizarre enough, the €4,631,538 ($4.8 million) check from a supermarket chain was made out to Haribo, the maker of gummies
4 Endurance Tips From Elite UTMB Ultrarunners

4 Endurance Tips From Elite UTMB Ultrarunners

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WHEN YOU TELL someone that you're training for a marathon, the most common response (from non-runners, at least) is a combination of awe and incredulity. I heard this enough in the lead-up to running this year's TCS New York City Marathon. Yes, 26.2 miles is quite a long distance to cover over a few hours.
DirectTrust and EHNAC announce merger agreement

DirectTrust and EHNAC announce merger agreement

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DirectTrust, a nonprofit healthcare industry alliance created to support secure, identity-verified electronic exchanges of protected health information, and the Electronic Healthcare Network Accreditation Commission have agreed to merge EHNAC into DirectTrust, effective January 4, 2023.  WHY IT MATTERS Incorporating EHNAC, the nonprofit standards-development organization and accrediting body for electronically exchanged healthcare data, enables DirectTrust to
AI helps Stanford researchers show link between first opioid Rx and dependency

AI helps Stanford researchers show link between first opioid Rx and dependency

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The U.S. is being ravaged by an opioid epidemic that costs tens of thousands of lives and billions of dollars each year. THE PROBLEM Dr. Tina Hernandez-Boussard, associate professor at the Stanford University School of Medicine, and her fellow researchers said they could not let this continue. "Our goal was to use big data and
New AWS global accelerator to address healthcare workforce needs

New AWS global accelerator to address healthcare workforce needs

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Clinician burnout in a post-pandemic world is a worldwide problem, with scores of clinicians intending to leave the healthcare profession. Not surprisingly, the resulting workforce shortage is already leaving many patients waiting for treatment. Amazon announced a new, global program this week, the AWS Healthcare Accelerator Global Cohort for Workforce Development, that seeks to help address some of today’s healthcare
New healthcare privacy challenges as online data tracking, sharing methods evolve

New healthcare privacy challenges as online data tracking, sharing methods evolve

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This past June, a John Doe plaintiff who was a patient at Baltimore-based Medstar Health System filed a class-action complaint against Meta Platforms in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California. The plaintiff alleged that Meta, the parent company of Facebook, was using its Pixel tracking technology to access patient information from
HIMSS Healthcare Cybersecurity Forum takes place December 5 and 6

HIMSS Healthcare Cybersecurity Forum takes place December 5 and 6

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In Boston next month, the venerable HIMSS Healthcare Cybersecurity Forum returns, gathering in person for the first time in three years. That means plenty of opportunities for hospital and health system chief information security officers, chief privacy officers, chief information officers and other C-level IT, clinical and business leaders to gather to compare notes and
Asthma: Limit asthma attacks caused by colds or flu

Asthma: Limit asthma attacks caused by colds or flu

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Asthma: Limit asthma attacks caused by colds or fluA cold or the flu can trigger an asthma attack. Here's why — and how to keep your sneeze from turning into a wheeze. By Mayo Clinic Staff If you have asthma, even a mild cold can lead to wheezing and tightness in your chest. Colds and
New biofeedback-driven health support app could alleviate burnout

New biofeedback-driven health support app could alleviate burnout

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The new Mindfulness in Motion exercise prompting system being researched at Ohio State uses biofeedback to trigger program prompts to smartphones – enabling wearers to engage in mind-body interventions that have proven to reduce healthcare workforce burnout. WHY IT MATTERS The Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation (BWC) awarded the Ohio State University College of Medicine and Wexner