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"I think the biggest hospitals in the country are eventually going to figure out that acute care hospitals are going to get smaller and receive fewer investments from here on out, and what's going to get increasingly invested in are these retail places," says geomedical
consultant Bill Davenhall, formerly of Esri (Redlands, Calif.), a geographic information systems software provider.
* Juan Pablo Salazar: Director General of GeoMedical
Health in Bogota, Colombia
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