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Apr. 25, 2014 1:01 pm

Health IT entrepreneurs with patience can make ‘huge money’ [Links]

"Large health enterprises move slowly. Many of the best clients for innovative startups are large health institutions such as federal agencies or hospital systems. Finding the right person to pitch to in a big organization can be challenging and finalizing a deal can take time."

There’s huge money in health IT for entrepreneurs with patience [Baltimore Business Journal]: “Large health enterprises move slowly. Many of the best clients for innovative startups are large health institutions such as federal agencies or hospital systems. Finding the right person to pitch to in a big organization can be challenging and finalizing a deal can take time.”

Inside the Supreme Court for Aereo’s last stand [The Verge]: “The court didn’t give many indications of which way it will rule, but the questions centered around a few themes: the impact of the ruling on cloud computing, whether Aereo is transmitting content or merely providing equipment, and whether the company’s antenna farm is more than a sleight of hand to skirt copyright law.”

Baltimore County councilman: Lewd photo posted after Twitter account hacked [The Daily Record]: “The graphic photo, posted on April 24 at 2:59 a.m., shows a man partially clad in a towel taking a self-portrait with a cell phone.”

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