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.
Making health IT more 'meaningful' in a value-based care environment
March 3, 2015, Peter Basch, Christopher Botts and Mark B. McClellan
Peter Basch, Christopher Botts, and Mark McClellan discuss how the meaningful use program and certain health IT innovations could be more effective in capturing, analyzing, and reporting patient health information.
February 24, 2015, Niam Yaraghi
February 20, 2015
February 18, 2015, Kavita Patel, Domitilla Masi and Caitlin Brandt
February 12, 2015, Niam Yaraghi and Joshua Bleiberg
February 5, 2015, Mark B. McClellan and Kate Samuels
February 4, 2015, Niam Yaraghi
January 30, 2015, Niam Yaraghi
December 4, 2014, Kavita Patel and Domitilla Masi
October 14, 2014, Joshua Bleiberg and Darrell M. West
October 9, 2014
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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, Engelberg Center for Health Care Reform
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