The American Medical Informatics Association is pushing members of Congress to pass legislation that would speed getting new medicines into the hands of physicians.
The organization representing medical informaticists also seeks a national health IT safety strategy that would include a “trusted space” for stakeholders to meet and review evidence on new innovations, according to a statement.
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