Why Clinicians Use or Don't Use Health Information Exchange

Published In: JAMIA, Journal of American Medical Information Association, v. 18, no. 4, July 2011, p. 529

Posted on RAND.org on July 01, 2011

by Robert S. Rudin

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The emergency department (ED) is one important place where a health information exchange (HIE) may have an impact on patient care because many emergency patients are unfamiliar to ED facilities and important clinical information is often missing.

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