By William Borden NEW YORK, Feb 17 (Reuters) - Hospitals and other health-care providers are planning to make larger investments in information systems, as shown by General Electric Co.'s $100 million deal with hospital group Intermountain Health Care. More than two-thirds of 550 health-care executives surveyed by the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society plan to implement electronic medical records systems in the next two years, and nearly one in five hospitals surveyed ...
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