Search Starts for Brailer's Successor

Goedert, Joseph
June 2006
Health Data Management;Jun2006, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p8
Trade Publication
The article reports on the search for the successor of David Brailer who has served as national coordinator for health information technology since 2004. Brailer has put in place the value of information technology in improving health care as well as the value of health care. The ideal candidate should know the health care industry well, has to clear financial conflicts, and should be good at using finesse to keep interoperability initiatives coordinated, among others.


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