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    The January Issue of HealthCare Business News Magazine

    Features

    Q&A with executive director for Practice Greenhealth
    Laura Wagner discusses steps some facilities are taking.
    Could fancy meals shore up hospital margins?
    ACA motivates hospitals to step up their menus.

    Special report: An introduction to going green
    See what some green vendors are doing for hospitals.
    Special report: Reprocessing in an era of health care reform
    Will reprocessing remain efficient in the future?

    Columns & Sections

    Dr. Jeff Thompson on the future of sustainable health care

    Future of Healthcare
    How a healthier environment can lead to a healthier budget.

    Q&A with Lori Van Zanten

    Hospital Spotlight
    The CEO of Providence Newberg Medical Center discusses steps to sustainability.

    Dose reduction through PACS management

    IT Matters
    Matching unique identifiers with the proper patient is part of the puzzle.

    Condoms break into television

    This Month in Medical History
    This month in medical history, January 20, 1987.

    January 2014 New Product Showcase

    This month's roundup of the latest industry products.

    Documenting medical maintenance

    Understanding the regulatory requirements.

    Pulse Watch

    Medical Museum for January, 2014.

    Show and conference spotlight 2014

    A sneak peak of this year's show calendar.

    DOTmed Health Care Business News

    Letter from the editor for January, 2014.

    New Year, new title and foreign flavor at RSNA

    Letter from the online editor, January, 2014.

    Special report: "Smart beds" improve safety

    Innovations are giving this sometimes sleepy industry a nudge.