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Lessons learned about data governance and distribution from a voluntary healthcare claims repository, the Health Care Cost Institute, a nonprofit research organization
Studies of health information technology have not kept up with the evolving needs of the healthcare system. We explain how to set them straight.
Availability of electronic health records among advanced practice nurses and physicians in California is concentrated among large practices with fewer Medicaid patients.
This study examines adoption of electronic health records and participation in health information exchange by New York state nursing homes over time.
With diabetes rates projected to rise sharply, automated retinal screening may represent an attractive low-cost option to meet the growing demand for routine screening services.
Use of health information technology in acute care settings is associated with modestly lower rates of adverse patient safety outcomes for inpatient and surgical care.
The authors evaluate methods for implementing clinical research and guidelines, in order to change physician practice patterns, in surgical and general practice.
This article outlines the frequency of transfers of patients with ambulatory care-sensitive conditions from nursing homes to emergency departments or hospitals, and provides reliable estimates of associated costs.

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