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HCI Snags Editorial Honors

August 1, 2007
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Healthcare Informatics has been honored with two editorial excellence awards by the American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE).

In the under 80,000 circulation segment, Healthcare Informatics' "Point of Care" series won bronze for best feature series from the August, September, and October issues; while the annual "Healthcare Informatics 100" feature in June took the silver for original research.

The Awards of Excellence recognize print, editorial, graphics, and publication-associated Web sites.

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