Population Health Management

Swindells, Matthew
June 2012
ITNOW;Summer2012, Vol. 54 Issue 2, p8
Academic Journal
Matthew Swindells, Chair, BCS Health, recently spoke to the Primary Health Care Specialist Group (PHCSG) on using IT to improve population health management. This article is a summary of what he talked about.


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