Prognosis Good For `eHealth.'

Schumacher, Heidi
April 2000
Wireless Week;04/17/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 16, p24
Trade Publication
Asserts that wireless access to medical records boosts accuracy and productivity. Estimated costs of online transactions relating to health care; Background on some of the technologies; Use of authentication services in the transaction.


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