News | December 19, 2014

USA Today Supplement Featuring Konica Minolta Focuses on Impact of Healthcare IT

December 19, 2014 — In the Friday, Dec. 19 edition of USA Today, a 16-page supplement dedicated to healthcare information technology (HIT) features Konica Minolta. The supplement will focus on innovation in Healthcare IT in partnership with several leading healthcare organizations. 

In addition to the print section that will be distributed across several major metropolitan markets, such as New York, Chicago, Washington D.C./Baltimore, Minneapolis and San Francisco, a corresponding digital version will be available.  Also, the section will be distributed at the 2015 Healthcare Informatics and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) annual meeting in April.

“Konica Minolta Medical Imaging is proud to support the efforts of USA Today to educate and inform the public, patients, physicians and the healthcare industry on the changes that are occurring as a result of innovations in Healthcare IT,” says David Widmann, president and COO, Konica Minolta medical imaging.  “Healthcare IT is a key focus for our primary imaging solutions business, and we believe it will be a driver in a changing healthcare landscape that can improve clinical outcomes, reduce costs and aggregate data to help propel evidence based medicine.”
 
For more information: www.konicaminolta.com/medicalusa
 

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