Intel Lobbies For Home-Based Medical Technology
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Many members of Congress working on health care reform do not appreciate the full potential of technology to make the U.S. health care system more cost-effective, according Eric Dishman, director of Health Innovation and Policy for Intel's Digital Health Group
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