It's about time

Rydell, Rich
February 2004
Modern Healthcare;2/23/2004, Vol. 34 Issue 8, p50
Trade Publication
Comments on the focus of the U.S. government on computerized physician order entry, physician adoption of information technology and the electronic medical record. Budget for healthcare information technology projects in 2005; Average information technology spending per employee among all U.S. industries per year; Percentage of primary-care physicians in Sweden using an electronic health record in 2002.


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