On the rise

Burda, David
August 2004
Modern Healthcare;8/23/2004, Vol. 34 Issue 34, p32
Trade Publication
Focuses on the ascent of information technology (IT) and patient safety in the ranking of the 100 most powerful people in healthcare in the U.S. for 2004 by the periodical "Modern Healthcare." Background of David Brailer, the national health IT coordinator, who was voted as the most powerful person for 2004; Other IT advocates included in the ranking; Companies that represented the IT advocates.


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