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National Research Council (US) Committee on Enhancing the Internet for Health Applications: Technical Requirements and Implementation Strategies. Networking Health: Prescriptions for the Internet. Washington (DC): National Academies Press (US); 2000.

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Networking Health: Prescriptions for the Internet.

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Computer Science and Telecommunications Board

DAVID D. CLARK, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Chair

JAMES CHIDDIX, Time Warner Cable

JOHN M. CIOFFI, Stanford University

W. BRUCE CROFT, University of Massachusetts at Amherst

SUSAN L. GRAHAM, University of California at Berkeley

JUDITH HEMPEL, University of California at San Francisco

JEFFREY M. JAFFE, Lucent Technologies, Inc.

ANNA KARLIN, University of Washington

BUTLER W. LAMPSON, Microsoft Corporation

EDWARD D. LAZOWSKA, University of Washington

DAVID LIDDLE, U.S. Venture Partners

TOM M. MITCHELL, WhizBang! Labs, Inc.

DONALD NORMAN, UNext.com

RAYMOND OZZIE, Groove Networks

DAVID A. PATTERSON, University of California at Berkeley

CHARLES SIMONYI, Microsoft Corporation

BURTON SMITH, Tera Computer Company

TERRY SMITH, University of California at Santa Barbara

LEE SPROULL, New York University

Staff

MARJORY S. BLUMENTHAL, Director

HERBERT S. LIN, Senior Scientist

JERRY R. SHEEHAN, Senior Program Officer

ALAN S. INOUYE, Program Officer

JON EISENBERG, Program Officer

GAIL PRITCHARD, Program Officer

JANET D. BRISCOE, Office Manager

DANIEL LLATA, Senior Project Assistant

SUZANNE OSSA, Senior Project Assistant

MICKELLE RODGERS RODRIGUEZ, Senior Project Assistant

DAVID DRAKE, Project Assistant

MARGARET MARSH, Project Assistant

BRANDYE WILLIAMS, Office Assistant

Copyright © 2000, National Academy of Sciences.
Bookshelf ID: NBK44709

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