Study: Texas will need additional 10,000 HIT staff by 2013

04/5/2012 | Healthcare Informatics online

The health care industry in Texas will require at least 10,000 additional IT workers by 2013, predicts the study, "Health Information Technology (HIT) Employer Needs Assessment in Texas," conducted by Texas State University-San Marcos researchers. The state is developing an education plan for HIT in order to address the future demand for workers, the researchers said.

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