Romano, Michael
August 2004
Modern Healthcare;8/23/2004, Vol. 34 Issue 34, p6
Trade Publication
Features the 100 most powerful people in healthcare in the U.S. for 2004, as ranked by the periodical "Modern Healthcare." David Brailer, national healthcare information technology coordinator at the Health and Human Services; Jordan Cohen, president of the Association of American Medical Colleges; Kenneth Kizer, president and CEO of the National Quality Forum.


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