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7/23/2010 06:03 PM EDT
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rick merritt
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re: Health care bill impact on electronics
rick merritt   7/25/2010 2:41:25 PM
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Any reactions to the 2.3 percent medical devices tax?

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re: Health care bill impact on electronics
resistion   7/25/2010 12:21:16 PM
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Any doctor anywhere anytime - if this new electronic recordkeeping facilitates that it will be a boon.

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Mark Wehrmeister   7/25/2010 3:38:36 AM
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The health care bill is clearly a boost for IT vendors providing electronic medical record software and for the service providers that help implement and support these systems. It will also benefit audit firms when standards for privacy and security are put in place for anyone storing electronic medical records. There will most certainly be standards like the PCI-DSS standards currently in place for the credit card industry. What other businesses stand to benefit from the health care bill?

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rick merritt   7/23/2010 6:41:16 PM
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How is the health care bill affecting you?

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