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Healthcare IT Investor Update 2017 Q3

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KLAS releases quarterly updates for Investors on what trends to watch. In this Q3 2017 update, KLAS discusses the shifting energy in the Hospital EMR Market, both in the United States and globally. Find out how the move to community hospitals is influencing the space, what’s driving the energy behind these changes and which vendors are increasing market share worldwide.

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