NQF endorses health information technology standards
By utilizing health information technology, clinicians have seen medication errors decrease by as much as 20%. Implementing HIT programs has also been shown to improve response times to test results, eliminate repetitive testing, and facilitate evidence-based care. The National Quality Forum is now endorsing several new national voluntary consensus standards for health information technology programs.
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