Institute of Medicine wants smart systems for HHS
The Institute of Medicine of the National Academies has recommended that the Department of Health and Human Services look to the private sector for effective information technology infrastructure models. Officials say this will provide a tool for analyzing, aligning, modifying, developing, and discontinuing programs.
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