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October RCP: Feeling Good About Health Care

Maybe you missed Microsoft's introduction of a Web site for medical records, which the company announced last week. If you did, that's OK -- it wasn't in the newsletter, so it won't be on the test.

Health care, though, is a great big ol' booming business, chock with profits for partners who know how to take the temperature of the market and prescribe some implementations for customers. (Health care metaphors never fail!) Rich Freeman has a diagnosis of the health care vertical market (oh, really, stop it) in October's RCP that's well worth a read.

Posted by Lee Pender on 10/12/2007 at 1:21 PM


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