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The Health Information Technology Special Issue: Has IT Become a Mandatory Part of Health and Healthcare?

Jacob Reider, MD
The 7th annual Health Information Technology (IT) issue provides a window into how health IT tools are working well, how they may not be working as intended, and what we can do to continue making progress toward optimal use of technology to accomplish our shared goals: better health, better care experience, and lower per capita cost.
Am J Manag Care. 2018;24(1):17

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Jacob Reider, MD, is CEO of Alliance for Better Health and the Guest Editor-in-Chief for the health IT issue of The American Journal of Managed Care®.
 
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