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A 'growing Irish software multinational from Sligo' may sound a slight exaggeration today, but that is the potential for Socrates Healthcare Informatics.

29th September, 2012
Colin O'Connor, chief operating officer of Socrates.

A 'growing Irish software multinational from Sligo' may sound a slight exaggeration today, but that is the potential for Socrates Healthcare Informatics. Set up just eight years ago, Socrates now has 600 medial practices on its books, from sole practitioners with just laptops to the largest group practices.

A typical Irish practice has two doctors supported by perhaps two nurses and two administrators, according to Colin O'Connor, chief operating officer of Socrates. The biggest practice is...

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