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  • Trollbeater: And yet another govt sponsored report on how HIEs might deliver value to the communities they serve? Seriously, haven't ...
  • K D Burdick: Thanks, Jennifer! (The file size is 104 megabytes, and it did take a minute or two to open in Excel.)...
  • Jennifer: K D - Here is the link: http://bit.ly/1f7d16L - I've also linked to it from within the news item....
  • K D Burdick: Is the "massive file" containing detailed info on providers who've attested to MU available for download? And if so, do ...
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