Healthcare Technology Highlighted Article: Updated - Nov 01, 2014

Health Gorilla Makes Doctor / Specialist Connections a Breeze

While many of us have been considering how to handle issues of health insurance and such matters, it's easy to forget that doctors and clinicians have similar issues to address as well, specifically when it comes to finding things like radiology centers and diagnostic labs to help carry out some of the more esoteric functions of healthcare. But a new service is set to give those doctors a little extra help in finding needed services, and it comes in the form of Health Gorilla Marketplace 2.0.

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