Corey Angst on the Information Technology Revolution in Health Care
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Nearly 100,000 deaths occur each year as the result of medical errors. That is the equivalent of a fully loaded 747 crashing every four days throughout the year. Notre Dame expert Corey Angst argues that information technology can help prevent these preventable deaths, as well as create other opportunities and efficiencies in the field of medicine.
This post was written by Preetika Rana and originally published on the Wall Street Journal blog India Real Time.
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