This is a very interesting article in that it “argues” a different approach/perspective to the meaningful use initiative. The points are short but well stated. I think if you take a look at the requirements and their points you can see the other side of the coin. It is surprising to me to see the AHA come out with this statement, though.
January 4, 2010
AHA issues statement on meaningful use
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