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Date:9/3/2009

TABLE 2 MAJOR TYPES OF CLINICAL HEALTH CARE IT TECHNOLOGIES 10

ELECTRONIC HEALTH RECORDS 11

PROVIDER ORDER ENTRY SYSTEMS FOR DRUGS, LAB TESTS, AND PROCEDURES 12

ELECTRONIC PRESCRIBING SYSTEM 12

PICTURE ARCHIVING AND COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS FOR FILMLESS IMAGING 13

LABORATORY INFORMATION SYSTEMS 13

CLINICAL DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS 13

TELEMEDICINE 14

OTHER RELATED AND SUPPORTING TECHNOLOGIES 14

Personal Health Records 14

Radio Frequency Identification 15

VeriChip 16

Bar Coding 16

Speech Recognition 16

Medical Equipment Interfaces 17

BENEFITS OF CLINICAL HEALTH CARE IT TECHNOLOGIES 17

BENEFITS TO PATIENTS 17

Improved Quality of Care 17

Lower Costs 19

Wider Availability of Health Insurance 20

BENEFITS TO HOSPITALS, PHYSICIANS, AND OTHER CAREGIVERS 21

Clinical Efficiencies and Improved Quality 21

Verification of Insurance Eligibility and Benefits 21

Patient Satisfaction 22

Image and Public Relations 22

Reduced Malpractice Risk 22

Employee Morale 23

BENEFITS TO THE PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY 23

Pharmaceutical Manufacturers 23

Improved Drug Safety Surveillance 24

Clinical Trial Recruitment 24

Support of Regulatory Approval 25

Retail Pharmacies 25

Opportunities to Increase Revenues 25

BENEFITS TO HEALTH INSURANCE PROVIDERS 26

BARRIERS TO DEPLOYMENT 27

COST 28

LACK OF METRICS 28

LACK OF STANDARDS 29

Clinical Vocabularies 30

Clinical Ontologies 30

COMPATIBILITY 31

Backwards Compatibility 31

Sideways Compatibility 31

Forwards Compatibility 32

WIDE RANGE OF SOFTWARE CHOICES 32

LACK OF PERSONNEL WITH APPROPRIATE SKILLS 32

LIMITED FINANCIAL RETURNS ON HEALTH IT INVESTMENTS 33

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