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Handheld computers are key to improving homecare operations for Colorado provider



Handheld computers are key to improving homecare operations for Colorado provider



Health Care Cost Reengineering Report 3(1): 5-7



Providers are finding great success at improving patient care and operations with hand-held computers that cut documentation time, reduce errors, and streamline operations. Here's how a Colorado medical center revamped its homecare operation and integrated wireless technology on the inpatient side, too.

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