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Payment Reform Is Among The Keys To Unlocking Health IT Potential – RAND Commentary

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Adoption of electronic health records continues to rise, but analysis from the RAND Corp. suggests that interoperability and technical issues continue to keep the promise of lower cost and higher quality health care at bay, with a key factor in changing that course being a move to a health care delivery system that favors paying for value rather than quantity.

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