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"Health Information Technology for Improving Quality of Care in Primary Care Settings"
Jerry Langley, Carol Beasley, IHI
AHRQ publication No. 07-0079-EF July 2007
- "..Most current health IT systems have a long way to go before they encompass the functionality that would support robust ongoing improvement of care."
- EPM systems mature, EMR systems not
- "...The success of health IT-enabled improvement depends critically on the skills of clinical and administrative staff in primary care settings to understand and use solid improvement methods—methods that need not rely solely on health IT to be effective."
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