The Federal Trade Commission and Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology are collaborating to promote greater competition in health IT markets.
According to an Oct. 7 blog co-authored by Jodi Daniel, director of ONCs Office of Policy, health IT markets are not functioning as efficiently as they could be. This is problematic, Daniel says, as providers continue to migrate toward new business models that depend on health IT and health information exchange for quality measurement, analytics, population health management, and risk-based contracting.
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