Technically speaking

December 2009
Marketing Health Services;Winter2009, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p5
Academic Journal
The article offers news briefs related to technology and healthcare services which includes a new application about infectious diseases on iPhone, online diagnosis by the Telemedicine Group, and wireless-enabled pacemaker at Saint Francis Hospital, New York City.


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