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Darkroom Entrances, Radiographic
Darkroom Interlocking Systems, Radiographic
Data Interface Systems
Data Interface Systems, Medical Device/Information System
Data Processors, Ultrasonic Scanning
Densitometers, Bone, Isotope
Densitometers, Bone, Isotope, Dual-Photon Absorptiometry
Densitometers, Bone, Isotope, Single-Photon Absorptiometry
Densitometers, Bone, X-Ray
Densitometers, Bone, X-Ray, Dual-Energy Absorptiometry
Densitometers, Bone, X-Ray, Single-Energy Absorptiometry
Densitometers, X-Ray Film
Detectors
Detectors, Beta/Gamma Radiation
Detectors, Extravasation, Intravenous Fluid
Detectors, Metallic Foreign Body, Magnetic
Detectors, Photon Radiation, Radiotherapy
Detectors, X-Ray, Digital Radiography
Detectors, X-Ray, Digital Radiography, Intraoral
Detectors, X-Ray, Digital Radiography, Mammography
Dictation Systems, Digital
Dictation Systems, Digital, Speech Recognition/Transcription
Diffractometers, X-Ray
Digitizer/Recorders, Video
Digitizers, Film
Digitizers, Video
Disinfectors, Liquid Germicide, Transesophageal Echocardiography Probe
Docking/Charging Stations, Handheld Computer
Dosimeters, Radiation
Drilling Machines

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The highly regulated nature of healthcare data, combined with complex and interwoven workflows, makes data governance a "must-have" capability in healthcare organizations' data-centric initiatives. Yet many of those projects fail to account for data governance from the start, resulting in increased risk and inefficiency, as well as missed opportunities to get the most from their healthcare data. Here's why--and what you should do to change that.
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