Health IT Will Require Active Management To Achieve Health Care Improvements – Surescripts Exec
Obtaining the promise of improved health care quality through widespread use of health information technology will require continuous active management and improvement of HIT systems. Surescripts Chief Quality Officer David Yakimischak said.
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