Wi-Fi access increasingly common at U.S. hospitals

Visitors and patients waiting for appointments or recovering from procedures can now access wireless Internet connections at hospitals across the U.S., as more and more facilities create Wi-Fi networks for public use. In the Indianapolis area, the guest networks are seen as one way to provide better overall customer service within a highly competitive health care market.

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