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Cardiology 2012
Fitting The Pieces Together

August 28, 2012

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For 10 years, cardiology vendors have been making the same promises— integration, modules to cover every area that are actually functional, and improved patient care as a result. Ten years later, no vendor can claim they have gotten there. Such is the story of cardiology IT.

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