PHOENIX, Oct. 12, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Governor Ducey has proclaimed October 11-17, 2020 as Arizona Health Information Exchange (HIE) Week to reaffirm Arizona’s commitment to promoting the secure sharing of electronic health data across a broad spectrum of the state’s healthcare landscape, including health systems and hospitals, labs, community behavioral health and physical health providers, post-acute care and hospice providers, first responders, and many others.
“We’re thankful for this proclamation, as it’s an important recognition of Arizona’s significant efforts over the last 15 years. Ultimately, the success of the HIE reflects the collaborative environment of the state’s healthcare community,” said Melissa Kotrys, CEO of Health Current, Arizona’s designated HIE. “As a result, all healthcare providers have the ability to access more complete patient information for better coordinated care—which is especially important during times of crisis. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the HIE has played a key role in delivering
The bitcoin and cryptocurrency world was rocked last week by news U.S. authorities had levied charges against major bitcoin and crypto exchange BitMEX and its leadership team.
BitMEX executives Arthur Hayes, Benjamin Delo and Samuel Reed were indicted by the U.S. government on October 1, accused of flouting U.S. banking laws while serving American customers.
Now, in a further blow to the controversial Seychelles-based bitcoin and cryptocurrency exchange, the influential blockchain data company Chainalysis has branded BitMEX a “high-risk” exchange—with external data showing investors have removed almost 50,000 bitcoin tokens from BitMEX since last week.
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SANTA BARBARA, Calif., Oct. 5, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Yardi® has significantly expanded interoperability in Yardi® EHR through a new integration with Kno2®. Kno2’s Interoperability as a Service™ (IaaS) enables Yardi EHR clients to securely share clinical records with more than 2.4 million health care providers nationwide.
Although electronic health records are standard in hospitals and senior living communities, transferring patient data between systems remains challenging. Providers still regularly share clinical information via fax, phone or printouts. These manual methods can lead to mistakes and omissions, which impacts care continuity during critical transitions.
The Kno2 integration, available as an add-on for all Yardi EHR clients, allows senior living staff to streamline and receive clinical information, such as referrals coming from various sources, as well as participate in value-based care coordination. For incoming residents, health data automatically flows into Yardi EHR. If clinical information needs to be shared with an external
Singapore-based cryptocurrency exchange KuCoin disclosed today a mega hack. In a statement posted on its website, the company confirmed that a threat actor breached its systems and emptied its hot wallets of all funds.
Hot wallets are cryptocurrency management apps that are connected to the internet. Cold wallets are stored offline.
Cryptocurrency exchanges like KuCoin use hot wallets as their temporary storage systems for assets that are currently being exchanged on the platform, and they are used to power conversion operations and funds transfers.
KuCoin said it detected the hack after observing “some large withdrawals” from its hot wallets on September 26.
The company said it started a security audit and discovered the missing funds. KuCoin said the hacker managed to steal Bitcoin assets, ERC-20-based tokens, along with other types of tokens.
Currently, the loss is estimated at a minimal $150 million, based on an Etherium
Country A is home to one of the oldest stock exchanges in the world where the rule of law is rock solid, and investors are afforded rigorous protections.
Country B is essentially a petrol state that ranks low on various financial freedom indexes. Its relatively recent transition to a market-based economy has been bumpy, and its embrace of democratic processes and norms has been widely criticized by human rights groups. Country B’s President, for example, recently changed the constitution to extend his rule by decades and is widely suspected of routinely poisoning his political foes.
And yet to investors, the two countries are widely indistinguishable. They’re both seen as a lousy place to sink your spare cash.