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Medical Web Technologies average salary is $37,000, median salary is $37,000 with a salary range from $37,000 to $37,000.
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Corporate Trainer 37,000-37,000 Miami Beach, FL, 33109 2013 Medical Web Technologies Corporate Trainer Salaries (2)
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Medical Web Technologi... Information
  • Medical Web Technologies , Inc.
  • Industry: Internet
  • City: Norwell, MA
  • Medical Web Technologies, Inc. offers innovative, web-based, medical information solutions that address inefficient work processes in healthcare. Every time patients interact with the healthcare system, whether at a physician's office, an emergency room, or at a medical facility, they are required to repeat the same exhaustive list of demographic information, insurance information, and medical history. Usually, they are required to repeat their medical history multiple times as they are interviewed by different physicians and nursing staff in the same medical facility. This information is then typically entered into different sections of a handwritten chart. If a patient changes primary care...