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Pulse - October 2013

Healthcare provider IT leaders face a rocky 2014. With complications pouring in from ICD-10 and HIPAA, organizations will need to double down on patient-first practice. In this issue of Pulse, readers will get the pros and cons of signal extension systems like distributed antenna systems and increasingly popular femtocells -- and best practices for implementing technologies to support next year’s health IT initiatives and big data projects.   Access >>>

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