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CEC's BTC conference has been fantastic from the standpoint of being made aware of the technology that’s available. We use CEC in a variety of ways, but primarily for nurse call systems. We get a chance to talk frequently with them; they help us dramatically with the budgeting process, and keep us aware of what’s out there, whether it’s with nurse call systems or security systems. BTC is a fantastic opportunity to look at the elements that are available: to be able to see them, feel them, and touch them.
Mercy Medical Center, DubuqueJim Schroeder