Levitt calls for speeding switch to electronic records
Des Moines Register, January 31, 2008
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is working with medical professionals to encourage greater use of health-information technology in order to provide safer and more efficient care. Doing so will connect more Americans to information on quality and cost to give them more control over their healthcare options, says HHS Secretary Mike Levitt in an op-ed piece for the Des Moines Register.
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