US Senators Frist and Clinton force way open for progression of health IT
This article was originally published in Clinica
Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist and Democratic Senator Hilary Rodham Clinton, from New York, have introduced legislation that would remove two of the major barriers now blocking the creation of an interoperable health information technology system in the US.
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