Hospitals stitch together critical intranet

Messmer, Ellen
August 1998
Network World;08/24/98, Vol. 15 Issue 34, p27
Trade Publication
Looks at the efforts of hospital information technology departments in Boston, Massachusetts at building customized Web applications for hospital records. Use of Cache computer software by Inter Systems Corp., to replace older software systems in Boston hospitals; Advantages of using Cache. INSET: Briefs.


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