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Human Circuit Recognized as Industry Leader in Commercial Integrator Magazine's Business Series as a Top 5 Healthcare Market Media Integrator for 2013
Date:8/6/2013

GAITHERSBURG, Md., Aug. 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Human Circuit announced today that it was recognized again this year as a top 5 media integrator in the Medical/Healthcare market for their work on innovative and revolutionary healthcare integration projects.

Commercial Integrator magazine recognizes the unique infrastructure, consulting and implementation that is required to succeed in the health care market and for the second year in a row, named Human Circuit as a CI Industry Leader because of their approach and dominant grasp of the market along with their ability to bridge the gap between AV and IT.

Jim Hatcher, CTO for Human Circuit said, "Human Circuit does great work in the healthcare space. Over the past decade, we have designed and built innovative and effective simulation systems. Now, with our new offering called ACUMEN, we are introducing unique control and video distribution systems for the OR and ICU.  We bridge the gap between people and machines…creating a better interface and improved workflow. Human Circuit facilitates the healthcare professional and ultimately helps with patient outcome.  I'm proud to be in the Top 5."

The demand for integrated health care technology is growing at a faster rate than any other vertical market. Bruce Kaufmann, Human Circuit's CEO says, " We are very pleased to be named in the Top 5 again. We officially launched ACUMEN in response to client requests and our healthcare offering has continued to evolve and advance as a result.  Directly addressing workflow and control of information and imagery with ACUMEN has our customers understanding how technology can directly address the key healthcare issues of patient outcomes and satisfaction.  Our focus for healthcare providers has been on their ROI and TCO, and this past year has allowed us to improve our approach to addressing those concerns.
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