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HIT Without Single Payer Unlikely To Reduce Costs - Harvard Researchers

Executive Summary

Despite enthusiasm that widespread implementation of health information technology will contribute to lowering overall health care costs, recent analysis suggests HIT will increase costs, and researchers suggest that without the implementation of a single-payer system, it will be difficult to find savings from HIT adoption, even over the long term

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