Adam Landman named new CIO for Brigham and Women's Health Care; Colorado HIE teams up with radiology groups;

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> Boston-based Brigham and Women's Health Care has chosen Adam Landman, M.D., as its new chief information officer. Landman, who currently is the organization's chief medical information officer for health information innovation and integration, will step into his new role on May 2. Announcement

> Colorado's health information exchange, CORHIO, is partnering with Health Images and its sister center, Colorado Springs Imaging, to improve sending of radiology results through the HIE network. Announcement

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> The modern era of healthcare heavily emphasizes rapid evolution and the need for innovation and reform, but this emphasis has come at the expense of reinforcing several universal values. Article

> Twenty years after hospitalists started shaking up hospital-based healthcare by orchestrating multiple aspects of patient care, a post-acute care subspecialty is the fastest-growing segment of hospitalist medicine. Article

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> Five states have already reported a 14 percent decline in Affordable Care Act marketplace enrollment, an early projection that raises concerns that the rest of the country will see increased churn throughout the year. Article

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