A recent survey, results of which were released last week, detailed some disturbing trends regarding the state of information exchange in healthcare.
To make a long column short, the crux is this—information exchange is not happening to the degree that it needs to happen, especially if we believe that we’re going to change the underlying incentives that undergird the reimbursement system for healthcare.
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