Making IT compute

Morrissey, John
September 2002
Modern Healthcare;9/16/2002, Vol. 32 Issue 37, p6
Trade Publication
Provides an overview of the initiatives of hospitals in the U.S. to maximize the benefits of expensive health care information technology offered by health care technology vendors. Operators of several information-collection projects; Challenge posed by the pace of technological pace to the delivery of health care services; Examples of Web-based health care technologies.


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