The Litmus Test for Health Information Exchange Success

Will Small Practices Participate?

Published In: Archives of Internal Medicine, v. 170, no. 7, Commentary, Apr. 2010, p. 629-630

Posted on on April 01, 2010

by Robert S. Rudin

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Although the number of sustainable health information exchanges (HIE) is increasing, it appears that few of them encompass a large enough portion of health care providers and patients to significantly affect the provision of care.

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