Technology: Making Meaningful Progress

February 2011
HealthLeaders Magazine;Feb2011, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p30
The article describes the use of technology in the healthcare industry based on the 2011 HealthLeaders Media Industry Survey. According to technology leaders, there is already progress about achieving meaningful use under the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act and the number of information technology staff and budgets is increasing. Findings noted that the technologies being used in the industry are wireless networks and physician order entry and clinical data repositories of current data and electronic health records.


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