Advances in information technology are leading to major changes in our health care system. A look at some of the trends,including health-related web searches, on-line prescriptions, digitized medical records, and doctor’s appointments via webcam.


  • Eric Horvitz Principal researcher, Microsoft Research
  • Jonathan Weiner Professor of health policy and management and of health informatics at Johns Hopkins University
  • Dr. Don Detmer President and CEO, American Medical Informatics Association


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