The effective adoption and use of health information technology can provide significant support for broader efforts to reform health care in the United States, plus reduce health care costs and medical errors. Brookings experts explore the benefits of health IT and, in particular, how it can improve the quality of health care, and make the system more cost-effective in the long term.
China's President Xi Jinping wears 3D glasses to view robotic equipment in the Hamlyn Centre for Medical Robotics during a visit to Imperial College in London, Britain October 21, 2015.
What’s next for health care connectivity?
January 27, 2016
On January 27, Governance Studies hosted an event to discuss the benefits and difficulties of improving health care connectivity, and how those lessons can prepare the industry for future innovation.
January 19, 2016, Stuart N. Brotman, Kevin C. Desouza and Niam Yaraghi
Opinion | Bipartisan Policy Center
December 2, 2015, Stuart M. Butler
Opinion | Journal of the American Medical Association
November 12, 2015, Stuart M. Butler
November 9, 2015, Niam Yaraghi
October 20, 2015, Niam Yaraghi
October 14, 2015, Stuart N. Brotman
October 5, 2015
October 1, 2015
Article | U.S. News and World Report
September 28, 2015, Niam Yaraghi
September 24, 2015, Niam Yaraghi
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Darrell M. West
Vice President and Director, Governance Studies
Founding Director, Center for Technology Innovation
Fellow, Governance Studies, Center for Technology Innovation
Visiting Scholar, Economic Studies, Center for Health Policy
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