2010 Change and Progress

Jan. 9, 2010

Our Panel of experts offers readers their take on what to look for in healthcare technology in the year ahead

Most professionals in the healthcare information-technology (HIT) field are…

Our Panel of experts offers readers their take on what to look for in healthcare technology in the year ahead.

Most professionals in the healthcare information-technology (HIT) field are probably glad to see 2009 fade to black. A new year means new hope. With the HITECH stimulus dollars, a long-awaited final curtain on what meaningful use actually means and pent-up demand for HIT products and services, this could be a breakout year for healthcare providers and their HIT suppliers. For this issue, Health Management Technology asked nearly 30 experts in the HIT vendor community to offer their insights into what to expect in 2010. Our experts weigh in on a variety of topics – from quality reporting and accountability, to ICD-10 and health-information exchanges.

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