IOM wants to use IT to measure, improve public health

02/22/2011 | Government Health IT magazine

An Institute of Medicine committee is exploring how to use electronic medical records, health insurance data and other information systems to measure public health and possibly drive health care accountability. Health experts say changing key factors such as obesity, smoking, exercise and eating habits are needed to improve Americans' health.

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