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    The October Issue of HealthCare Business News Magazine

    Features

    Special report: An eye on MRI safety
    Everyone agrees on the need for MRI safety standards, but who's going to enforce them?
    Special report: RF shields
    How to ensure they will always be there for you.
    Helium crisis averted?
    Rising prices may still be a sticking point.

    Columns & Sections

    Don't get unraveled by damaged coils

    Bang for your buck
    More bang for your buck: MRI coils.

    MRI housekeeping tips

    Bang for your buck
    Six tips to get the most bang for your buck

    The future of health care

    Future of Healthcare
    Chuck Lauer makes the case for health care journalism's next role.

    Q&A with Nemours' director of patient centered care

    Hospital Spotlight
    Michael Campbell talks about enhancing the patient experience.

    Be a winner in the ICD-10 race

    IT Matters
    Transitioning takes planning.

    The mother of dose safety

    This Month in Medical History
    This month in medical history, October 11, 1982.

    Just say NO to a working vacation

    Five ways to make the most of your time before you leave the office.

    Medical Museum: Auzoux Anatomic Manikin

    This month's medical museum selection dates to 1870.

    Breaking news on a 30-day cycle

    Letter from the editor for October, 2013.

    The state of cancer care

    Does the U.S. have a cancer care crisis?

    Q&A with Joachim Schäefer

    The managing director of Messe Düsseldorf talks MEDICA.

    The hidden hazard of your MRI

    Quench pipe clutter can lead to serious injuries.