Linking E-Health Records With Claims Offers Context On Outcomes – Optum Labs Exec
Despite the promise electronic health records hold for comparative effectiveness research, clinical information needs to be lined up with claims data to get a more complete picture, Optum Labs’ William Crown said during the recent Comparative Effectiveness Summit.
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