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What health care will look like after the information technology revolution.
A physician argues that electronic patient records raise costs, decrease patient visits, and make poor communication tools.
The technique could ultimately offer a way to make electronic medical records more useful.
Unified health systems and limited infrastructure offer opportunities to medical-IT innovators.
Microsoft software recognizes organs and other structures in medical images.
The power of search engines is applied to health-care data.
Kaiser Permanente has compiled the genetic and medical data of 100,000 of its members.