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UW symposium to explore impact of IT on improving quality, safety and cost of healthcare

MADISON Advances in the development of healthcare information systems are helping to define 21st century electronic healthcare. Although the technology exists, organizations often struggle with the transition from error prone paper-based systems to a more efficient and safer digital healthcare network.

A flagship one-day symposium, Leveraging Information Technology to Improve Patient Sa......

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"Information technology is already impacting the delivery of healthcare in this country," said Dr. Jeffrey Grossman, President ......

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Source:wistechnology.com By WTN News 04/21/04


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