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Zeis, Michael
July 2012
HealthLeaders Magazine;Jul2012, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p22
The article reports the 2012 Clinical Quality and Safety Survey sponsored by the Health Leaders Media Council. The results show 28% of the respondents utilize electronic health records with 44% affirming its positive effect on patient safety. 82% of the participants also say they have a program on accountability. An overview of survey questions is also presented.


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