Some of the toughest prob­lems facing the health­care industry today cannot be tackled on the front lines of patient care. Nurses and physi­cians cannot solve such prob­lems at the bed­sides of patients. Instead, as a North­eastern Uni­ver­sity pro­fessor con­tends, sys­tems engi­neers can solve these com­plex health­care prob­lems using computers.

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