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Looking Forward: Health Information Technology and the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
Date:4/21/2009

A Continuing Series of Podcasts from Perot Systems on the Impact of Technology on Healthcare

PLANO, Texas, April 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Edition 2

    Host:    Dr. Harry Greenspun, executive vice president and chief
             medical officer for Perot Systems healthcare group

    Guests:  Tom Leary, senior director of Federal Affairs for Healthcare
             Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS)
             Meredith Taylor, director of congressional affairs for HIMSS

    What:    "Looking Forward: Health Information Technology and the American
             Recovery and Reinvestment Act" - a podcast hosted by Dr. Harry
             Greenspun

    When:    This podcast will be available for download on April 21, 2009

    Where:  http://www.perotsystems.com/MediaRoom/podcasts

    Contact: Jonathan Moss
             +1 972-577-6395
             jonathan.moss@ps.net

Perot Systems continues its series of podcasts with a forward-looking discussion about the implications that the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act and the President Barack Obama's 2010 budget request will have on health IT and health reform.

The following quotes from Tom Leary and Meredith Taylor are highlights of the podcast:

Regarding some of the highlights in the President's budget:

"We're seeing the $20.8 billion investment in incentive payments that begin in 2011 as an important milestone. We're seeing generally a plus-up within health and human services," said Leary.

On how the budget deficit will affect Congress' decision to pass it:

"There are high hopes and large goals to echo the president's mission for healthcare reform this year. And I would say, with the Democratically controlle
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