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Watching Evolution Happen - Evolving Healthcare Technology Spies Big Change

If Wisconsin can be said to have anything going for it in the digital age, its the confluence of its mushrooming health care and information technology sectors.

The first-ever Evolving Healthcare Technology Conference, being held Friday at the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) in Milwaukee, is hoping to expose the breadth of whats happening at that crossroad, as well as give participants......

Full article >>> omes to records. The digital age has brought nothing short of a revolution to record keeping, moving the medium from paper and film to modems and hard drives.

That proposition might be easy enough within an office or department, but what about transferring that data across campuses or even states? Thats the game TeraMedica Inc., Milwaukee, is playing, and it hopes everyone in the medical ......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Lincoln Brunner 11/04/03


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