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by Cerner Corporation | Melissa Hendricks
Published on March 7, 2018

We had an action-packed second day of #HIMSS18. In the second installment of this three-part series on The Cerner Podcast, we're peeling back the curtain and delivering insights straight from the floor. This special edition episode of The Cerner Podcast features Melissa Hendricks, vice president of marketing and communications at Cerner. As a 13-year Cerner veteran, Melissa has attended a fair share of HIMSS conferences. Listen to her observations on what's new at HIMSS this year, what trends are popping right now and what Cerner's new messaging around "Smarter Care, Better Outcomes, Healthier You" is all about. 

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