“Precision Health” for High-Need, High-Cost PatientsSeptember 13th 2018
Better care for high-need, high-cost patients will require targeted care delivery models based on integrated data networks that include clinical, genomic, and social information. Check out our website’s new table/figure pop-up feature! Click on the name of a table or figure in the text to see it in your browser.
Which Components of Health Information Technology Will Drive Financial Value?August 23rd 2012
This framework suggests new meaningful use measures and guidance for prioritizing implementation of different health information technology functionalities, based on their expected financial effects.
Community-Based Health Information Technology Alliances: Potential Predictors of Early SustainabilityApril 19th 2011
Communities led by health information organizations were more likely than those led by healthcare organizations to receive ongoing funding for implementing health information technology.