interoperability paper bshs 375

1228 Words May 23rd, 2015 5 Pages
Interoperability
Manuel Velasco
BSHS/ 375
January 19, 2015
Sena Cross

The evolution of technology has made a radical change in our society today. It has taken a toll in the way operations systems work in many corporations and health industries. Many corporations invest millions of dollars with a clear vision of the effective improvements they will be able to make with a system of operation that is fast, secure, and saves time. The term saves time means, a system is able to have one person do the job instead of 2 or 3 different staff members. This does not only promote a glimpse of the future and the advances that technology has to offer. Through technology and different gadgets available it automatically saves industries money
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