It was just a matter of time before the enormous, sprawling American healthcare industry became “the healthcare space,” as it was referred to by more than one speaker at the Digital Health conference sponsored by the Hudson Valley Economic Development Corporation at Marist College last Thursday. At least since historian Frederick Jackson Turner’s influential argument that our unique national character was shaped by the nation’s restless westward expansion, the idea of occupying space has been a positive American theme.
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