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House Passes Health Information Technology Bill: Legislation Now Awaits Reconciliation (PDF)
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Aug. 9, 2006
1 page. Excerpt: Although Congress is currently in recess, staff-level negotiations have begun to work out differences between the House bill and legislation passed by the Senate last year (S. 1418). Enacting health IT legislation is a priority for Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, M.D. (R-TN), who has stated his desire to pass a compromise bill soon after Congress reconvenes in September.

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