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    The November Issue of HealthCare Business News Magazine


    Exclusive: Interview with RSNA 2012 president Dr. George Bisset III
    Read our exclusive talk with this year's RSNA president on why the organization is hoping to put "patients first."
    New advances in the war against "never events"
    Will technology trump human error?
    Are GPOs the way to go?
    How relevant are they in today's health care environment?

    Baby Love
    Q&A with Dr. Jennifer Howse, the March of Dimes' president
    Special report: Charity times three
    A look at three charities with modest beginnings making big differences.
    Special report: Cool customization
    Chiller market stays warm through specialization

    Special report: Radiography (and fluoroscopy) keep pace with market demands
    Detector sharing and dose reduction attract new customers

    Columns & Sections

    IT Matters - at DMBN

    Letter from the editor - November 2012

    What to expect at RSNA 2012

    Engaging radiologists to put patients first

    RSNA Product Showcase

    The following is a list of just some of the products and services on display by DOTmed advertisers at RSNA 2012.

    Warner's Safe Liver and Kidney Cure

    This "cure" probably should have stayed locked away.

    Tips from the experts: radiography equipment

    5 tips for maintaining your radiography equipment.

    Tips from the Experts - Chillers

    Six points to get the most life out of your equipment

    Q&A with David Cheney, Banner Boswell Medical Center's CEO

    Making a difference through excellent patient care.

    RSNA 2012: Phil's dining picks

    Chicago has more than 18,000 restaurants. These are my favorites.

    Changing places and moving forward

    Letters from the online editors - November