Senate's stimulus allots more for health IT than House's does

01/25/2009 | Wall Street Journal, The

The Senate Appropriations Committee unveiled a summary of the Senate's economic stimulus that offers $3 billion more for health information technology than the House's package, which sets aside $20 billion. For biomedical and "effectiveness" research studies, the Senate committee and House Democrats have matching recommendations.

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