Medical Tech Is a Marriage of Something Old, Something New

Mike Hennessy
Published: Tuesday, Jun 20, 2017
Mike Hennessy
OncLive Chairman,
Mike Hennessy
State-of-the-art technology is as valuable in oncology as it is everywhere else. However, new technology is not always available to providers, and when it is, it may not be used to its fullest potential. Older technology may be surprisingly adequate. In this month’s issue of Oncology Business ManagementTM, we look at these matters through the eyes of providers who wanted to get more out of old and new technology and who succeeded in doing so.
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