Meaningful Use Defenders Appear Before Congress

Farzad Mostashari, M.D., national coordinator for health information technology, defended the electronic health records meaningful use incentives program during congressional testimony on November 14.

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Comments (2)
links to a page that backs up what youre saying? or perhaps you would give us one thing to observe, one thing which might join what youre saying to one thing tangible? Only a proposal. google seo
Posted by Adella F | Sunday, December 08 2013 at 11:11PM ET
Why not make it more functional by creating one national data storage for all medical data? Then medicine can be taken out of business of HIE, data storage and retrieval, teaching computer skills to patients, wasting paper with pt. lists, structuring data for the govt. and any other garbage they can think of! Then we can all use the STRUCTURED DATA to improve pt. outcomes. Docs can than stop guessing what other docs are doing based on fuzzy subjective findings given by pt. A national data base is the only way to go. Let govt. police their own HIPPA, mine the data they want from their own storage. Stop the wasteful committees, councils, paperpushing and work on something that puts doctors and hospitals back to doing HEALTHCARE!!!
Posted by mackley | Saturday, November 17 2012 at 8:22AM ET
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