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Ninety-Five Percent of Hospitals Believe Clinical Communication is Inefficient During Patient Discharge Planning, According to New Imprivata Report

09:00 EDT 6 Jun 2017 | Businesswire
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Research by Spyglass Consulting Group underscores communication challenges hospitals face in high-value, complex clinical workflows Ninety-five percent of hospitals surveyed expressed concerns about communication inefficienc...

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