Health IT national strategy still missing

June 2008
Healthcare Risk Management;Jun2008 HIPAA, p4
The article reports on the necessity of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to implement an effective health information technology (IT) in the U.S. despite related IT health care activities taken.


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