University of Wisconsin Puts FHIR to Work

09:30 EST 23 Feb 2017 | Businesswire

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With Industry Leaders, Working Toward Improving Radiology Workflow and Care Quality A research project led by Dr. Richard Bruce of the University of Wisconsin-Madison is now underway to use the latest iteration of the ...

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