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  1. Alphabet Chairman Eric Schmidt to Keynote HIMSS18
  2. Mayo Clinic Starts to Roll Out Second Phase of Epic Implementation


#1:
Alphabet Chairman Eric Schmidt to Keynote HIMSS18″

By Tom Sullivan

Article SynopsisThe long-time Google CEO and tech industry veteran will share insights about machine learning and moonshots at the annual conference on March 5, 2018 in Las Vegas. Schmidt will discuss how technological advancements such as cloud computing and machine learning are not only transforming healthcare but also enabling scientific breakthroughs by democratizing medical research. He’ll look at what that means for the worldwide healthcare industry as well as what it takes to put technology to its best use.

Read more at: http://www.healthcareitnews.com/news/alphabet-chairman-eric-schmidt-keynote-himss18

 

#2: “Mayo Clinic Starts to Roll Out Second Phase of Epic Implementation”

By Greg Slabodkin

Article Synopsis: The Mayo Clinic has started the second phase of its $1.5 billion Plummer Project, named after Henry Plummer, MD, who created the world’s first patient-centered, unified health record at Mayo Clinic more than a century ago.  It’s integrating this new electronic health record and revenue cycle management system, replacing three disparate EHRs that the healthcare provider currently uses.  Their goal is to try and get their knowledge, protocols, best practices and order sets available in every site where they take care of patients.

Read more at: https://www.healthdatamanagement.com/news/mayo-clinic-starts-to-roll-out-second-phase-of-epic-implementation