“Cyber” came into its own in 2017. As hackers hit healthcare and other industries with ransomware attacks that crippled some companies for weeks, the term has been on the tip of every executive’s tongue.Now, companies are putting their energy and money into cybersecurity as they try to protect themselves from digital threats.But that focus reflects more than the growing landscape of cyber threats; it also reflects the relative lack of focusor at least broad progresson other health IT topics in 2017. Interoperability continues to elude the industry, delays in electronic health record requirements mean old technology can stick around for a bit longer, and general uncertainty stymies confidence in what comes next.I

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