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staceyblark   6/18/2014 6:36:06 AM
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The Innovations in technologies will be harder to sell unless they show real patient benefits, companies will have to adapt their marketing campaigns since cost savings, done correctly, will benefit everyone. I was very surprised to hear from my niece that she made a laser lipo at www.abqlaserlipo.com clinic, this new technology allows to achieve much better results than the traditional procedure.

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re: Creating solutions for health through technology innovation
sheerman   3/22/2013 10:51:53 AM
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Hi, this is the most interesting subject in the history of health care managements, but I am wandering why we have don nothing for healthy aviation, safety fly, and consider to make airplanes more safe. If doctors make a mistake one person will die but if there is a malfunction in airplane 100's of 100's of man will die. Health car must not consider only in individuals, we have to make the transport's more safe, check out the Airlines , cars, Train, and ships accident, and try to use the modern technology to prevent this matters please. Franz Patrick Scharonberg, PhD in health care Management.



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