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Kaiser surprised many when, in February, the country's largest HMO announced it would discontinue a multi-year effort with IBM to develop its own electronic medical record system -- called the Clinical Information System -- and instead purchase packaged EMR software from Epic Systems, a relatively small private software developer (click
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Source:wistechnology.com By Jeff Moad 07/17/03


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