Results from a national survey of regional health information organizations show simplicity and early funding commitments from participants improve viability of the initiatives.
Researchers from Harvard University, Brigham and Women's Hospital and Boston Veterans Affairs Hospital surveyed all known RHIOs in the United States in mid-2008. They examined two main outcome measures: whether the RHIO was operational and the percent of operating costs covered by revenue from participants.
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