Health IT, medical homes, could save W.Va. $1 billion

12/8/2009 | Washington Post, The

West Virginia could save $1.1 billion for the government, private insurers and policyholders if its health care system was digitized and patient care was centralized, state lawmakers were told Monday. The report said keys to the savings were electronic prescribing, digital medical records and the medical home practice model.

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