CMIO News to Know for the Week of October 28th

News review for the week: A 312 page report from the National Academy of Medicine on clinician burnout makes into the Washington Post and highlights the need for system approaches over yoga classes. The OCR wacks a hospital system for $2.1 mil for HIPAA violations. ECRI Institute discusses the safety risks in ambulatory care (there are plenty). Text messaging with a secure app that is outside the EMR creates some interesting documentation challenges. Mayo Clinic conducts a study to see if facial recognition software can identify patients who had a MRI of the head which was de-identified for research. 2 articles on telehealth including one about the new OnMed modules coming out of Tampa General.