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Scottsdale Healthcare Teams Up with Avnet

July 30, 2008
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A week-long internship will be held at Temple, Ariz.-based

Scottsdale Healthcare,

an independent, locally-based nonprofit health system. The training program will be hosted by

Phoenix, Ariz.-based

Avnet Technology Solutions


According to Avnet, the internship enables its partners to view healthcare technology through the eyes of hospital personnel and patients to provide insight into the issues facing healthcare providers. Through this internship program, graduates of HealthPath University can experience how healthcare professionals use technology on a daily basis, the way technology fits into the staff’s workflow, and the interdependency of hospital systems and applications.

The internship includes observations of patient admitting, finance, health information management and supply chain management, along with the emergency, laboratory, radiology, nursing, pharmacy and surgical departments, says Avnet.



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