Report: Health technology could save $332B in 10 years

07/2/2009 | Insurance Networking News · Reuters

Improved use of technology to modernize health care administration and transactions could save the U.S. $332 billion in a decade, a report from UnitedHealth Group says. The report includes 12 major proposals, including a national clearinghouse to review payment errors and settle payment balances.

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