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Digital Healthcare Conference 2007: Mounting obstacles for health IT

Madison, Wis. - As the adoption of healthcare information technology continues its slow but steady march, new issues seem to arise faster than others are resolved.

The progress that has been made, and the issues still to address, will be the focus of the annual Digital Healthcare Conference set for May 9 and 10 at th......

Full article >>> h the adoption of electronic medical records and regional patient data exchange, and he will describe the potential impact of information technology on healthcare.

One of the sessions presents a case study to illustrate the difficulties of expanding patient data exchange, as hospitals and clinics in Madison and Milwaukee are attempting to do. While the case study is a hypothetical one, C......

Full article >>> n Park, vice president of infrastructure services for Paragon Development Systems, said the cost of operating information technology often is overlooked when making the business case for technology. Those operating costs come in the form of power, storage, cooling, and the staff resources to manage equipment.

We are still very focused on the capital expe......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 05/07/07


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