Issue No. 05 - September/October (1971 vol. 4)
The minicomputer's power to perform repetitive clerical tasks, monitor and control real-time processes, and perform scientific calculations has made it desirable in hospital systems. The minicomputer's inherent low cost has made it practical. Computer suppliers to the medical field are recognizing that they must collaborate with medical professionals to pinpoint well delimited problem areas.
"Fred Moses Sr. Programmer," in Computer, vol. 4, no. , pp. 22-26, 1971.