The OSS Cure for What Ails Hospital IT

Posted by Scott_Ruecker on Apr 14, 2008 10:22 AM EDT
Linux Insider; By Jack M. Germain
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Years ago, Florida Hospital in Orlando faced problems with its IT system, much of which relied on proprietary software. Innovative projects were abandoned due to high costs, and disaster recovery time was unacceptably long. So the hospital turned to open source. It was difficult at first, but officials say things are becoming easier as OSS goes more mainstream.

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