Data, Data, Everywhere, But How Much Of It Makes A Real Difference?
Philips Makes A Case For The Value Approach
Having a single patient's complete health care information all in one place was a dream that US visionaries began to talk up around a decade ago. The idea was that fast, electronic support for doctors would aid clinical decision making and efficiency. Ten years on, there is still much work to do before the dream is realized, says Philips' Carla Kriwet. But a solution is within reach.
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