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Tell it to someone who cares. The health care industry wants more information--and Anne Arundel Health Care Systems is giving it to them



Tell it to someone who cares. The health care industry wants more information--and Anne Arundel Health Care Systems is giving it to them



Hospitals and Health Networks 69(20): 35-38



The way to succeed in the health care industry these days is to stay ahead of the information curve. With a lot of ingenuity and a stern eye on the bottom line, Anne Arundel Health Care Systems in Maryland is doing just that. Here's how and why they did it, and how much they paid.

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