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CONTENTS April 2011 Vol. 32, No. 4 EXPERTS HELP EASE YOUR JOURNEY TOWARD MEANINGFUL USE

Kevin Ketzel CareFusion

Oleg Bess 4medica

Sadik Al-Abdulla CDW

Mac McMillan CynergisTek

Steve Emery HealthPort

Henry Schein Keith Slater

Tom Darr Ingenix

Brian Graves Kronos

Robert Connely Medicity

Don Fallati M*Modal

SCHEDULING/STAFFING MANAGEMENT 18 ON THE ROAD TO MEANINGFUL USE End nurse staffing nightmares

Make payer decisions for 2011 and beyond

Streamline your front-end processes

PRACTICE MANAGEMENT 20

COVER STORY 10

VER STOR How do we get to

meaningful use? For our April issue, HMT put together a roundup on “Implementing Meaningful Use Objectives,” asking selected industry experts for their input.

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COLUMNS Viewpoint by Phil Colpas Thought Leaders: Disaster Recovery by John Thompson

DEPARTMENTS Industry Watch HIMSS Products Disaster Recovery Products Index of Advertisers

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The accountable care delivery model Using technology to change provider and patient behaviors. By Charles W. Jarvis, FACHE

Streamline your front-end processes Opportunities abound for improvement when a hospital looks at building a super-effi cient patient access production system. By Julie Waddell

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PHARMACEUTICAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS The digital juggle

Meeting the information demands of business executives, regulators and counsel in the pharmaceutical industry. By Kenneth N. Rashbaum

Making decisions for 2011 and beyond Provider organizations should plan not only for immediate requirements, but also in anticipation of continued industry changes. By Jeffrey Jacques, M.D.

An end in sight for nurse staffi ng nightmares

More hospitals are equipping staff with the right tools to simplify scheduling, improve morale and provide better patient care. By Robin Stimac

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