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Few deny that the health care industry in the U.S. faces tremendous pressure to change. Few deny the role that technology will play in stimulating this change, either.

Uncertainty creeps in, though, when health care organizations try to address their health care needs. This is especially true of health care providers — the hospitals, medical offices, clinics and myriad long-term care facilities that account for roughly 70 percent of health care spending and that have spent much of the 21st century rushing to catch up to other vertical industries.