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E-business, e-health, e-hospitals



E-business, e-health, e-hospitals



Michigan Health and Hospitals 37(4): 46-47



Many of the major forces of change impacting health care today have technological underpinnings, and many of the less desirable impacts may have technological solutions. Two related technological forces are transacting business, online (e-business) and delivering health care online (e-health).

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