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State officials nixed health information network computer software they spent $20M developing

Summary by The CT Mirror
When Connecticut needed a computer system for its planned health information network, it came up with a novel solution.Instead of hiring consultants, the state tapped the University of Connecticut to develop the software for the network known as Connie. In 2017, the school created a new unit called UConn Analytics and Information Management Solutions—UConn AIMS for short—to do the work.Providing the computer architecture for Connie, an electroni…
1 month ago·Hartford, United States

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State officials nixed health information network computer software they spent $20M developing

When Connecticut needed a computer system for its planned health information network, it came up with a novel solution.Instead of hiring consultants, the state tapped the University of Connecticut to develop the software for the network known as Connie. In 2017, the school created a new unit called UConn Analytics and Information Management Solutions—UConn AIMS for short—to do the work.Providing the computer architecture for Connie, an electroni…

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