Study: IT could help address communication problems in hospitals

03/12/2009 | Health Data Management

Inefficient communication among clinicians and other personnel costs U.S. hospitals $12 billion a year, according to a study from University of Maryland researchers. IT systems, including location-based applications that could improve the discharge process, could help improve communication among clinicians and save money, the study found.

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