New York health system hit by phishing attack; Rock Health reports $981.3M in digital health funding for Q1;

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> A phishing email opened by an employee at New York-based Metropolitan Jewish Health System may have put personal health information of about 2,300 patients at risk, according to HIPAA Journal. Article

> In the first quarter of 2016, digital health funding hit $981.3 million, according to Rock Health. Report

> Google has received a new patent for tech that will allow people to call a drone for help with a specific medical emergency, reports Nextgov. Article

Provider News

> Critics of VIP treatment for wealthy or influential hospital patients argue the practice hurts both the providers themselves and their other patients. To effectively do their jobs, hospital leaders and workers must resist pressure to treat such patients differently. Article

> The crowdsourcing site Yelp, in which customers rate the quality of restaurants, hotels and a wide range of other businesses, does a better job than the HCAHPS survey in rating the quality of hospital stays, according to a new study. Article

Practice Management News

> There are many reasons to add physician assistants to your practice's team but the most compelling may include increased patient satisfaction and an improved bottom line, according to a report. Article

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