Eye-tracking technology helps to measure brain injuries; Texas Health Resources names new CIO;

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> Eye-tracking technology developed by researchers at New York University Langone Medical Center and Minneapolis, Minnesota-based Hennepin County Medical Center can measure brain injury more accurately than other diagnostic measurements, according to research published in the journal Concussion. The technology tracks the eye movements of patients as they watch videos. Announcement

> Joey Sudomir will replace Edward Marx as CIO for Arlington, Texas-based Texas Health Resources, the hospital has announced. Sudomir previously served as the health system's deputy CIO and vice president of IT operations. Announcement

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> As the dust settles from unrest in Baltimore after the death of Freddie Gray, the city's health commissioner believes improved public health may help improve its social and economic problems. Article

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> Having already spoken out against the proposed mergers in the health insurance industry, the American Hospital Association has now ratcheted up its scrutiny of one specific mega-deal in a letter to the Department of Justice. Article

> While more than 4,600 online marketplace assisters helped consumers enroll in Affordable Care Act health plans during the second open enrollment period, only 27 percent of assister programs are certain that funding will be available to support them next year. Article

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