Information technology has benefited health care in many ways. It has allowed medical researchers to establish networks, share information, and create workflows in different geographic locations. Whereas they previously felt isolated in their work, they are now very much part of a larger medical research community. Technology is also helping health administrators reduce costs, improve efficiencies and better communicate with employers and suppliers.
Health care without the wires
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