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Massachusetts Studies Reveal Importance of Incentives in Healthcare Technology Adoption
Date:3/17/2009

viders and 3,500 specialists, set a deadline for use of an EHR system as a condition for network participation.

"This data reveals that incentives are making a dramatic difference," said Deward Watts, president of CSC's Global Healthcare Sector. "While Massachusetts has a distinct advantage in terms of support from the state government and stakeholder groups, this successful model can be replicated nationwide to create a healthcare infrastructure that significantly improves patient outcomes."

"The research clearly shows the progress that has been made in the state to increase adoption of clinical information technology," said Greg LeGrow, director of e-Health Innovation for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts. "We still have a ways to go, but the results are encouraging and demonstrate the impact aligned efforts can have to further the use of technology that improves the quality and affordability of care delivered."

Hospitals at varying levels of tech adoption

The hospital study (www.csc.com/hospital_study_09) gauges adoption and meaningful use of advanced clinical systems, which include electronic CPOE with clinical decision support, and electronic physician and nursing documentation systems.

The survey revealed that 18 percent of hospital CIOs and executives who responded claimed CPOE is "in routine use," while another 33 percent reported that an implementation is in progress, and 20 percent reported that it has been budgeted but not yet implemented.

Massachusetts hospitals are also in various stages of implementing "next generation" clinical systems. One-third of hospitals report using IT for infection management tracking. The state is operating near the national average in electronic medication reconciliation with 57 percent of hospitals accomplishing at least some portion of this activit
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