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When historians and anthropologists look back centuries from now at the effect of the Information Age, they will point to its impact on communication, which led to the creation of virtual communities, development of entirely new markets overnight, and a whole host of other benefits. Perhaps the most important byproduct, however, will be how health information technology (HIT) made a healthier human race. Drawing inspiration from ecology and economics, a business model can be developed that allows HIT to realize its potential to help accelerate new cures, develop best practices for patient treatment, and build communities around defined groups of patients. EMED is at the forefront for implementation of health information technology in the Caribbean.


EMED CASE STUDIES

ENABLING GLOBAL HEALTH THROUGH TECHNOLOGY

Jul 16 at 11:03am | Uncategorized
The role of G20 leaders in the new
decade will be critical to the collective
ability of the international community
to address pressing issues of global
health disparities.
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Tony Thwaites Wing of the Univeristy Hospital of West Indies Jamaica

Apr 04 at 10:58am | Uncategorized
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