A package of reforms aimed at hospitals and announced by the Department of Health and Human Services will do away with "overly burdensome regulations," says Secretary Kathleen Sebelius. >>>
A working group of healthcare providers, patient organizations, health information technology experts, and officials from government agencies discusses technologies that allow primary care providers to track patients along the continuum of care. >>>
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