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IT guru Melissa Chapman: how to make health IT work for the bottom line

le to personally validate with each other what's been done to a patient," Chapman said. "It's fairly clear that HIT will improve quality and reduce, in particular, some of the tragic errors we see in this country as documented by the Institute of Medicine [of the National Academies]. But it's important to not be nave and not to come to over-rely on the technology to be thoughtful about how you im......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Lincoln Brunner 05/31/05


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