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Symposium To Explore Information Technology's Impact on Improving Quality, Cost Effectiveness of Healthcare

MILWAUKEE-Advances in information technology are outstripping the development of new drugs as science's most significant contribution to treating and preventing disease. Today, information networks are making it possible to detect outbreaks of infectious diseases earlier, and advances in genetic profiling are enabling doctors to identify patients at risk for life-threatening diseases. A flagship o......

Full article >>> work has selected Wisconsin's Health technology Industry as the focus of its first full day conference, where statewide thought leaders will provide a look into technology breakthroughs in the healthcare information system," said Mike Klein, Wisconsin Technology Network ( "This conference is line with our mission to connect the people, technology and ideas that will help our......

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