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Subsidy program for EHRs ineffective, draft report argues

A draft report from the National Bureau of Economic Research analyzes pre-ARRA EHR adoption trends and concludes that ARRA incentive payments only expedited EHR adoption by two-years. The report also says that ARRA incentive payments cost taxpayers an average of $48 million per implementation.

ID System Reduces NICU Errors

Montefiore Medical Center (NY) tests a new positive patient identification step in its CPOE workflow that help neonatologists ensure they are placing orders in the correct chart when caring for babies in the NICU that have not yet been given a name. Adding this step reduced wrong-patient orders by more than 50 percent in the unit.

MIT and MGH form strategic partnership to address major challenges in clinical medicine

A new partnership between MIT and MGH will form research teams focused on improving the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of a variety of diseases.

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