Key quality measures increase with IT in hospitals, survey finds

07/17/2008 | Healthcare IT News

The 10th annual Most Wired Survey and Benchmarking Study shows hospitals that adopt IT have higher patient satisfaction and better risk-adjusted mortality rates and other quality measures. Hospitals & Health Networks magazine conducts the annual survey in conjunction with CHIME, Accenture and the McKesson Corp. Several experts said successful hospitals use IT as part of an overall strategy of high performance and process improvement. See more data, insights and the top 100 hospitals and health systems.

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