Former U.S. CTO Chopra heads back to the Advisory Board; What if restaurants were run like the healthcare system?;

> Former U.S. Chief Technology Officer Aneesh Chopra, who previously worked as managing director of the Advisory Board Company, is returning to his roots as a senior adviser of healthcare technology strategy, ExecutiveGov reports. Brief

> The Health Care Blog's Matthew Holt calls Eric Topol's new book, "The Creative Destruction of Medicine," a "tour de force romp through basically every type of cool new medical technology." Review

> Dale Sanders, the CIO of the National Health Services Authority in the Cayman Islands, ponders a world in which restaurants are run like the healthcare system. Let's just say the finished product would not look pretty. Post

> Oracle has updated its Enterprise Healthcare Analytics solution, a pre-built business intelligence and performance management suite that enables users to aggregate and analyze data from a variety of sources, including disparate EHRs. Announcement

And Finally... I wonder why he got caught. Article

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