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Robert Jarrin (3)

HIMTA - Take II: Fostering Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Wireless Health

Representative Mike Honda, [D-CA17] is reintroducing the Health Care Innovation and Marketplace Technologies Act (HIMTA). This legislation outlines creative approaches to drive innovation and entrepreneurship in the health information technology sector. At Qualcomm, we believe that mobile communications will help to overcome some of the challenges facing the US healthcare system. By constantly developing new and innovative wireless communication technologies we strive to make all types of systems, including those in healthcare, more accessible, affordable and effective.

Jun 13, 2013 by Robert Jarrin

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