NY officials commission study to improve Brooklyn healthcare; Jackson Health fires doc over Uber tirade;

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> A study commissioned by New York state officials will analyze options for improving healthcare in central and northeastern Brooklyn, according to the New York Daily News. Article

> Miami Florida's Jackson Health System has fired a doctor over a video of her verbally and physically abusing an Uber driver earlier this year, according to the Associated Press. Article

> Complications involving hand and shoulder surgeries at freestanding outpatient centers are rare, according to research published in The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery. Study abstract

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> Interoperability of health information and connectivity between patients, clinicians, hospitals, health insurers and others are foundational elements for a national system of evidence generation for clinical decision research, according to U.S. Food and Drug Administration officials Robert Califf and Rachel Sherman. Article

> A federal court in Illinois has ruled against a health information exchange contractor that had planned to destroy patient data as it goes out of business, according to Law360. Article

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