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|Health Information Technology: Benefits and Problems (PDF)|
National Center for Policy Analysis [NCPA]
Apr. 1, 2010
24 pages. Excerpt: Although many proponents discuss the perceived benefits of HIT, missing from the debate is an honest discussion of experiences with actual HIT systems, and the obstacles and pitfalls of poorly designed systems. The ultimate goal should be to improve quality, increase efficiency and add convenience -- not just to create wired facilities.
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