IOM: Minimum HIT standards a must for health system's growth

12/23/2010 | Government Health IT magazine

The Institute of Medicine has issued a report that maps various health IT strategies for advancing patient care based on HIT workshops conducted this year. According to the report, data centralization and minimum HIT requirements are necessary to set the stage for a learning health system and lay the groundwork for its growth.

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