Check Out Our New Look: A Message from the Editor-in-Chief

Nov. 15, 2011
Change is good, and beautification is even better. And with the June issue of Healthcare Informatics, we are proud to bring you a redesigned magazine, with improved graphics and a more compelling, and cohesive, visual appearance.

Change is good, and beautification is even better. And with the June issue of Healthcare Informatics, we are proud to bring you a redesigned magazine, with improved graphics and a more compelling, and cohesive, visual appearance. As every periodical publication does, our magazine has gone through various looks over the years; but we at HCI clearly felt it was time to update our current look to better serve, and engage, you, our readers. I want to thank our talented team of designers and production professionals, including Eric Collander, James Gouijn-Stook, and Kathi Homenick, for their innovation and hard work, and to our whole team, across editorial, design, production, and all our other departments, for their input and contributions. As always, of course, we'll continue striving to bring you superior editorial content, along with the improved graphics and presentation. We hope you'll enjoy our new look, and will find HCI more compelling reading than ever.

Mark Hagland, Editor-in-Chief, Healthcare Informatics

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