Review: More studies needed to determine how portals affect outcomes

11/21/2013 | Modern Healthcare (free registration)

An analysis in the Annals of Internal Medicine revealed there is not enough evidence that messaging portals connected to electronic health record systems independently help improve health outcomes in patients or reduce costs. "Preliminary evidence suggests that, like many health IT tools, enhanced outcomes are realized when the tools are implemented as elements of more comprehensive programs that link the tool with other approaches, such as case management," the researchers noted.

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