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Stopping on Green - Part 2 | By Laurie Gelb, July 28, 2014

They Don’t Need No Satisfaction. If/as we rethink the adherence doctrine, with its emphasis on following bottom-up, and begin to consider supporting patients as largely self-informed deciders rather than passive consumers, to what corollaries does that lead?...click to continue

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Erin McCann: HIT leads list of top 10 safety concerns

  1. Data integrity failures with health information technology systems
  2. Poor care coordination with patient’s next level of care
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Source: ECRI

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