What new technologies should you be watching this year?

January 9, 2012    |   By: Calevir

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CT radiation reduction technologies, proton beam therapy, heart valve implants, personalized cancer vaccines, cardiac developments, and much more made ECRI Institute’sTop 10 C-Suite Watch List: Hospital Technology Issues for 2012.

“The price tag for these technologies is going up…and hospitals need to be very selective about where they spend their money,” advised Robert Bense, ECRI Institute Clinical Manager.

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