'Most Wired' survey links IT adoption and outcomes

Ament, Lucy
July 2005
AHA News;7/25/2005, Vol. 41 Issue 15, p7
Trade Publication
Focuses on a link between information technology (IT) adoption and improved outcomes in hospitals and health systems in the U.S. according to the journal Hospitals & Health Networks (H&HN) by the American Hospital Association Forum. Comparison of mortality rates in hospitals that use IT with other hospitals; Views of H&HN executive editor Alden Solovy on the link; Recognition of the health care community of the potential of IT to improve medicine.


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