The Bipartisan Policy Center in Washington, founded by former Senate majority leaders, has issued recommendations to most effectively use federal dollars being spent on health information technology initiatives.

Much of the recommendations, however, call for initiatives already being done, although many remain in the earliest stages. For instance, the center calls for government and private purchasers and health plans to align incentives and payments with higher quality, care coordination and outcomes, enabled with I.T.

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