The eHealth Initiative recently released a survey that found that electronic health information exchange among patients, physicians, hospitals and payors is helping to reduce expenses and improve patient care. "The good news is that we are now making progress; efforts across the United States are now able to demonstrate value through collaboration among and sharing of the costs of the exchange across all participating healthcare stakeholders, which ultimately provides benefits to everyone -- particularly patients," said Rachel Block, president of eHealth and executive director of the New York eHealth Collaborative.

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