Obama selects corodinator for health IT strategy
This article was originally published in Clinica
He may have $19.5bn in his pocket to spend, but Dr David Blumenthal, President Barack Obama’s choice of National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, is expected to save the government $12bn over the next ten years as he goes on his shopping spree.
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