IT leaders optimistic about Obama's plans for the industry

11/6/2008 | Healthcare IT News

Health care IT leaders like David Brailer are optimistic about President-elect Obama's plan to use $10 billion a year over five years to advance health care IT adoption. Some leaders, like Andrew Ury, CMO of McKesson Provider Technologies, expressed concern about the new administration undoing any progress that has already begun in adopting health care IT policies.

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