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Trump Administration Delays Rule Forcing Hospital-Cost Transparency

CMS delays a requirement that Medicare-accepting hospitals share their secretly negotiated insurance rates in machine-readable format and online.

Fitbit to Be Acquired by Google

Google will acquire Fitbit for $2.1 billion in cash, saying it will bring together the best hardware, software, and AI to build wearables.

The Brooklyn Hospital Center Notice of Data Security Incident

The Brooklyn Hospital (NY) says it discovered ransomware in its systems in July 2019 and found that in September 2019 some of its patient data cannot be recovered.

DAS Health Acquires Automated Medical Systems

Health IT reseller DAS Health acquires competitor Automated Medical Systems.

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    • It was mentioned in the 11/4 morning update today that Ed has updated his LinkedIn to indicate having left the clinic. As a gossip hound, I’ve spoke to some folks who’ve painted Eds day on 10/25 looking something like this: 10/25am-meet ccf board and get fired by Tom, security waiting at his office to escort him and his box of belongings off prem. I wish him the best and I hope his health wasn’t a factor in leaving. Can’t wait to see what he reinvents himself as for the next go round, maybe a Triathlon on Mars is in the cards.

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