Government expects states to be active in health reform via IT grants

10/26/2009 | Healthcare IT News

The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology issued requests for proposals to all 50 states for the $1.2 billion in health IT grants, which are expected to get individual states more involved in health reform by accelerating the adoption of health IT systems, said Robert Wah, chief medical officer of IT firm CSC. "Individual states can get things going instead of relying exclusively on the federal government," said Greg DeBor, a CSC health care delivery client partner.

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