Canada survey hopes to reveal value of healthcare ICT (information and communication technologies)
This article was originally published in Clinica
Canada is supporting a national information and communication technologies (ICT) survey, conducted by Ottawa's Branham Group, to collect quantitative data on how ICT budgets are allocated and to identify the functionality provided by hospital ICT infrastructure. The Group will issue its final report in June 2005. Project leader Michael Martineau explained to Clinica that sponsors will use the information to "drive marketing and sales strategies, to influence product directions and to develop healthcare IT policy".
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