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WTN interview: Dr. Jeffrey Grossman, CEO UW Medical Foundation

Editors Note: Dr. Jeffrey Grossman, president and CEO of the University of Wisconsin Medical Foundation and associate dean for clinical affairs for UW Medical School was the kick-off speaker at the Digital Healthcare Conference 2004. In this interview with WTN, Dr. Grossman discusses how advances in technology are creating huge volumes of data but, at the same time a Knowledge Gap betwee......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Mike Klein 06/16/04


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