Blogger names top 5 women to watch in health IT; All Maryland hospitals now using the state's HIE;

> A recent blog post from medical market analyst Katie Matlack highlights who she believes to be the top five women in health IT. Her list includes patient advocate Regina Holliday and Epic's Judith Faulkner, among others. Post

> All hospitals in Maryland now are using the state's health information exchange, the Baltimore Business Journal reports. Forty-six hospitals, in all, are on the network. Article

> Health records for 20,000 patients at two Orange County, Calf. hospitals--St. Jude Medical Center and Mission Hospital--were available via online search engines, according to Cal State Fullerton student newspaper The Daily Titan. Susan Solomon, vice president of marketing and communications for St. Joseph Health System, said the data did not include social security numbers, addresses or financial information. Article

And Finally... I guess if you've gotta go, you've gotta go, right? Article

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