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Healthcare at a Crossroads – A New Solution to an Old Problem Webinar

Date: Wednesday, October 18th 2017
Time:  11:30am-12:15pm EDT

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The healthcare industry is dependent on accurate and factual information. But trusted information is often hard to find. Our concept-based searching enables dramatic changes to the way you find the information you need to take care of your clients.

Diverse repositories and information scattered across sometimes proprietary systems increase the likelihood of error. Mistagged content, not having access to all the necessary information can jeopardize someone’s life. Not anymore, with our technologies.

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