Georgia Health Sciences University names new CIO; CVS Caremark sends medical info to wrong health plan members;

> Charles Enicks, former CIO at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, was named CIO of Georgia Health Sciences University in Augusta, the school announced this week. Enicks also has served as CIO of Children's Hospital in Philadelphia, the University of Alabama at Birmingham Health System and Atlanta-based Emory Healthcare. Announcement

> A new health incubator--WellTech--recently launched in New York, reports Betabeat. WellTech plans to offer its "incubates" $50,000, as well as the chance for additional funding from other investors. WellTech is the fourth heath incubator located in New York, along with Blueprint Health, Startup Health Academy and Health 2.0, which plans to open an office in the city, according to Betabeat. Article

> A "programming error" was to blame for CVS Caremark accidentally sending personal health and medical information to the wrong members of a Medicare prescription plan, the Boston Globe reports. CVS Caremark sent letters to 3,500 Tufts Health Plan members that included the names, prescribed drugs and conditions of other members enrolled in a supplemental Medicare plan also managed by the company. Article

And Finally... The gold-medal winning athlete probably was just being polite. Article

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