Electronic medical records might benefit Dallas IT firms
Dallas Morning News, February 17, 2009
Electronic medical records have been talked about for at least a decade, and now a mammoth infusion of federal cash may soon bring digital records into the mainstream. The trend represents a huge opportunity for Dallas-area tech companies that say medical care could be drastically improved, according to this article in the Dallas Morning News. But some experts question whether the investment will pay off.
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