Cost still blocks HIE adoption, health execs say
While healthcare executive applaud the benefits that health information exchanges (HIEs) can provide—such as improving the quality of clinical reporting and the coordination of care among physicians—the high costs of participating in an HIE is still an impediment, according to a study from healthcare management consulting firm Beacon Partners.
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