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‘Federal Computer Week’ announces plans for Government
Health IT

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Falls Church, Va.—Federal Computer Week, a 101communications publication, announced Thursday that it plans to launch Government Health IT, a group of products intended to keep health information technology professionals informed about public policy.

The group of products includes an e-newsletter and Web site that will be launched June 15, a bimonthly print publication that will debut Sept. 12, and a Government Health IT Seminar that will take place Nov. 17-18 in Washington, D.C.

Government Health IT will reach more than 30,000 health IT decision-makers in federal, state and local government, as well as health system/private sector executives, public policy influencers and suppliers to government.

—Sean Callahan

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