TechWeb News Article Summary
In an article by TechWeb.com, they report that doctor's are now using Macromedia's Flash technology as a way to create their program Blue Iris. Blue Iris is a way to look up test results, prescribe medications, check medical histories, and even add diagnosis and treatment information to a patient's records. Flash seemed to be a better fit than their alternative's, Microsoft's .net, and Java software.
Mite Corp. is experienced in Java, and Microsoft's .Net applications, but thought that Flash was better suited to encompass all of the medical profession's needs as far as the capabilities needed to create Blue Iris.
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