Purchasing on the Internet could save money
This article was originally published in Clinica
The most popular sessions at the recent Hambrecht & Quist health conference in San Francisco were given by a handful of new medical companies seeking to capitalise on the explosive growth of the Internet. They include medical information players, HealthCentral.com and Medscape, as well as companies like PlanetRX and drugstore.com that sell retail drugs through the Internet.
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