Unraveling the IT Productivity Paradox -- Lessons for Health Care

Published in: New England Journal of Medicine, v. 366, no. 24, June 2012, Perspective, p. 2243-2245

Posted on RAND.org on June 14, 2012

by Spencer S. Jones, Paul Heaton, Robert S. Rudin, Eric C. Schneider

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Productivity gains that can be achieved by widely adopting health information technology are likely to come from the reengineering of health care and may require new measurement tools to accurately gauge their impact.

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