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Raytheon Works with Baptist Health for SMART Capabilities

Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) will team with Baptist Health to provide Synergistic Medical and Resource Team (SMART) training to healthcare systems.

SMART training prepares medical staffers to cut down on patient safety threats from human interactions and systemic errors.

“In today’s changing healthcare environment, the act of balancing accurate treatment and patient satisfaction provides a challenge for managing learning costs, access and quality, ” said Raymond Matteson, director of global business development for Raytheon Professional Services.

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