Adapting and surviving in a changing world of biology, bytes & broadband
This article was originally published in Clinica
Advances in medical technology are converging in a way that promises to make healthcare delivery more effective than ever. But this potential will only be harnessed if these breakthrough technologies are integrated into healthcare systems, said GE Healthcare chairman Sir William Castell in his keynote speech at BioWales 2006. Report by Ashley Yeo
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