The push for paperless health records
Wall Street Journal, March 24, 2009
In 2004 President George W. Bush named David J. Brailer to serve as the first national coordinator for health information technology as part of a federal plan for the 10-year deployment of health information technology. A new federal stimulus bill is set to pour an unprecedented amount of federal funding in healthcare IT, and here Brailer discusses its potential impact on this sector.
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