HHS touts Wash. group as rural health IT success story

10/2/2009 | Healthcare IT News

A report on the Columbia Basin Health Association's use of information technology was touted by HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius as evidence that IT can improve health care in rural areas. The Othello, Wash., group was one of the first health centers to switch to an electronic health record system and since then has ranked above the 95th percentile nationally in total medical and dental team productivity.

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