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Midwest shines among best hospitals in U.S.

A recent article (8/8/06) in ePrairie reviewed the top 100 most wired hospitals in the U.S., with 25 Midwest hospitals making the cut in the top 100. While this is a sign of progress in U.S. hospitals, perhaps the most definitive evaluation of U.S. hospitals is U.S. News & World Report annual survey (7/17/06) (www.......

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Full article >>> ology, endocrinology, ear nose & throat, to just name a few areas.

Although it didn't make the cut into the top 14 hospitals, surprisingly University of Iowa Hospital was well-ranked in a couple of key areas including: ear, nose & throat (#2), and ophthalmology. Even more impressive was the performance of St. Louis' Barnes-Jewish Hospital of Washington University, which ranked 8th
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    This album was the biggest gratifying surprise of all three, perhaps due to its simplicity and last effort by Cash, who died before the album was released. Enjoy the listening!

    See you soon!

    Michael S. Rosen is senior......

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  • Source:wistechnology.com By Michael Rosen 08/14/06


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