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Mass. Innovation Economy Generating Thousands Of New Jobs

BOSTON (CBS) – A study released Monday morning by the Mass Technology Collaborative finds that the state’s

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Patrick Seeks $1.2 Billion to Continue State's Technology Investments

STATE HOUSE, BOSTON, JUNE 11, 2013…….A top Patrick administration official urged lawmakers Tuesday to approve more than $1.2 billion in new capital spending, saying technology upgrades will help the state better manage government services and make them more easily accessible while closing the digital divide in western Massachusetts and enable compliance with the Affordable Care Act.

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Health Data Network Could Follow Central Mass. Project

JUNE 10, 2012 - WORCESTER - When a hospital sends a patient to a nursing home or rehab hospital, or vice versa, staff on the receiving end often find themselves calling the sender for patient records that never made the trip.

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Media Spotlight MassTech Grant to WHOI's Center for Marine Robotics

MassTech's recent announcement of a $5M grant to the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) for new marine robotics facilities was covered by several Massachusetts news outlets recently as well as The Associated Press.

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New Springfield to Sandisfield broadband network will be up by March

A new broadband network running from Springfield to Sandisfield will be up and running by March, according to the Massachusetts Broadband Institute.

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Tech Firms Call for Mandatory Computer Classes

Executives from Google Inc., Microsoft Corp., and other leading firms want to require all Massachusetts public schools to teach computer science, so local tech companies don’t have to rely on foreign workers to fill future programming and engineering jobs.

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MDPHnet Approved for Query Health Pilot

JUNE 19, 2012 - The Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) has recently approved the MDPHnet project (Massachusetts Department of Public Health Network) as a Query Health Pilot.

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