Study: Computerized tool helps hospitals improve patient outcomes

Harvard University researchers found hospitals that used UptoDate, an electronic health data system, reported better performance in administering care to pneumonia, heart failure and heart attack patients than hospitals that did not use the system. The facilities saved nearly 11,500 lives after using the technology for three years, according to the study published in the Journal of Hospital Medicine.

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