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  • The Big Deal About Healthcare IT
    The Big Deal About Healthcare IT by Irfan Khan
    Published on December 03, 2012
    The U.S. healthcare industry is arguably the world’s largest, most inefficient information enterprise, but interoperable EHRs may help trim up to $371 billion annually. Among all industries, healthcare stands to benefit the most from better use of IT. For one thing, I’m aware of no other market in the world…
  • Why Doctors Should Crowdsource Your Medical Diagnosis
    Why Doctors Should Crowdsource Your Medical Diagnosis by Irfan Khan
    Published on October 18, 2012
    When you visit a physician’s clinic or office you often see their diplomas and certificates proudly displayed on their walls. They are posted to assure patients that their physician is an expert, educated, trained, and certified by credible institutions. Source: 

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