Saturday, September 12, 2009

MedFusion vs. Medical Fusion (don't get confused)

There may be a bit of confusion out there since I've been blogging about a conference called Medical Fusion. The Medical Fusion conference is a new event that is focused on physician career change. It will be taking place this November in Las Vegas and to learn how you can get a discount on the registration fee, click here. You can find more information about the conference by visiting:

Not to confuse you, but MedFusion is a company that provides enhanced communication solutions. Here's a snippet from their website: "Medfusion is a leading provider of enhanced communication solutions that enable healthcare providers to offer superior service to their patients while improving office efficiency and generating revenue." You can learn more by visiting:

While we're on the topic of "fusion," remember the days when we thought we had discovered something truly innovative called "cold fusion?" According to Wikipedia, "Cold fusion refers to a postulated nuclear fusion process of unknown mechanism offered to explain a group of disputed experimental results first reported by electrochemists Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Pons." I was actually living in Utah when all this happened and since Stanley Pons was from the University of Utah, the local news agencies were all going crazy.

Now, if you type "fusion" into Google, you'll find that the first few results refer to VMware Fusion (software for the Mac), Nuclear Fusion, and the Ford Fusion (car).

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