Feds look to make health data more user-friendly to tech developers

Feds look to make health data more user-friendly to tech developers

www.computerworld.com
New The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services wants health tech developers in Silicon Valley to make greater use of its data to help make advances in the field and aid entrepreneurs in the region....
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