Report maps recommendations for advancing care in Florida

10/19/2010 | Healthcare IT News · American City Business Journals

A Collins Center for Public Policy report details the four key investments made by Florida in health care from the $20 billion the state received in stimulus funding, including $2 billion for health IT to administer the state's transition to electronic health records. The report also lays out a seven-point plan for boosting patient care in the state, such as more funding for community health centers and reducing health care-acquired infections.

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