The nation’s largest physician organization has unveiled its plan to help doctors implement the changes required to unlock innovation and promote the adoption of new health information technologies.

Speaking at a HIMSS15 Innovation Symposium in Chicago on Sunday, American Medical Association President Robert Wah, M.D., argued that the digital transformation of medicine is entering a new phase in which doctors will assume a greater role in driving the changes necessary to move technological innovations forward. In a keynote session, entitled Failure with a Capital “F” May Just Mean “Finally”, Wah made the case that medicine is starting the third phase of the digitization of medicine.

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