Change We Can Believe In – Health Information Technology That Works

Change we can believe in.  That is the motto used by current President Barack Obama during his 2008 presidential election campaign.  As the debate on improving national healthcare continues, this motto bears much impact on the future of healthcare.  Most surveys conclude that a majority of Americans desire true ‘change we can believe in’ when it comes to the overall healthcare status quo in this country.  However, it is much harder, and ironic, to convince those within the industry to believe in, or embrace change.  This is one of the issues at the forefront of health information technology, or HIT.  There are many who are yet to believe that embracing HIT will make a significant difference in cost containment and in delivering improved health quality.

 

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