One of the first things Clement McDonald learned as a young physician was how tough it was to track down information on his patients. As a resident at Boston City Hospital in the 1960s, he spent hours chasing down medical charts, lab results, X-rays and drug information -- a seemingly endless hunt. That frustration planted the seeds of innovation. And when McDonald came to Indianapolis in the early 1970s, he began doing something about it.
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