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About Healthcare IT News
November 18, 2015 – 10:36 am

Healthcare IT News offers healthcare IT executives timely, pertinent news every month. Jesse H. Neal Award Winning coverage includes new technologies, IT strategies and tactics, statutory and regulatory issues, as well as provider and vendor updates. Published in partnership with HIMSS, Healthcare IT News is the industry’s only newspaper, reaching more than 54, 000 subscribers, including IT management, C-suite and general management, and clinical executives at hospitals and IDNs, group practices, ambulatory care facilities, home healthcare organizations, as well as healthcare payers, consultants and vendors. The Healthcare IT News franchise includes:

Healthcare IT News is a publication of HIMSS Media.

HIMSS Media is an integrated media company based in Portland, Maine, publisher of the award-winning Healthcare IT News and Healthcare Finance News franchises in print and online, in addition to Government Health IT. HIMSS Media specializes in custom content creation and advanced delivery methods. It is also the official publisher of the HIMSS Annual Conference and Exhibition.

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