FINANCIAL UPDATE. The 'New Normal' Reflected in HIT Investments

Perna, Gabriel
January 2012
Healthcare Informatics;Jan2012, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p40
The article highlights healthcare information technology (HIT) as one of the critical economic investment made by healthcare industry to support patient care. It reports about the survey carried out by Premier Healthcare Alliance , those findings suggests that large capital investment would be in HIT and telecommunications. Denise Hatzidakis, Premier's Chief Technology Officer states advantages of HIT such as co-ordinated care, reimbursement for electronic health record and data analytics.


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