GE, Mayo Clinic, others develop health record tech
AP/Yahoo News, November 19, 2008
General Electric Co. hopes a push into medical electronic records and information with some top healthcare institutions will put it at the front of what is expected to be a rapidly growing market. The company's healthcare unit plans to spend $200 million over the next five years to develop electronic systems for medical information and patient records. Its partners include the Mayo Clinic and Montefiore Medical Center.
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