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Verizon, Duke to Develop New Health Care Products in the Cloud

October 7, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE: eWeek

Verizon and Duke University have announced a partnership that the two parties say will build on cloud computing and mobile technology to change how health care is delivered.

“For every project we’ve done, it comes back to how do we reconceptualize this so it hasn’t been done previously,” Kevin Schulman, director of the health sector management program at Duke University, told eWEEK.

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