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Medical schools didn’t offer business courses when Drs. Colleen Mattimore and Michael Heimerl attended in the 1980s. That has changed in an increasingly complex U.S. health-care system replete with regulations, electronic medical records and climbing costs. “These days all of my partners are on their computers at home after dinner getting caught up,” Heimerl said. “You …