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May 08, 2005


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r4 gold

The growing significance of information in health care, which currently accounts for about 30% of every patient dollar, or about $300B each year, is hard to overstate. Nevertheless, the most obvious benefit of modern information technology - the ability to electronically capture information as it is created and subsequently reuse that information at negligible incremental cost - has hardly begun to be realized in health care.

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