Lost opportunity?

Conn, Joseph
December 2011
Modern Healthcare;12/5/2011, Vol. 41 Issue 49, p12
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The article discusses the latest developments in the U.S. healthcare industry as of December 2011. It cites the move by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to extend the compliance date for the Stage 2 meaningful-use requirements in the incentive program for electronic health records (EHR). The opinion of American Hospital Association (AHA) president and chief executive officer (CEO) Richard Umbdenstock on the move by the HHS is also cited.


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