Patients paying more attention to provider price listings; HIT progress slow over past 10 years;

> While patients haven't bothered with healthcare pricing charts before, they're growing increasingly prone to do so as the recession continues to drag out. FierceHealthFinance

> New research suggests that health IT progress has been 'stunningly slow' in the 10 years since the Institute of Medicine's seminal "To Err is Human" report came out. FierceEMR

> Increasingly, states are jumping on the health information exchange bandwagon, most recently Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. FierceHealthIT

> Watch out: If drug safety information or risk disclosures are too lengthy, consumers may just ignore them, researchers have found. FiercePharma 

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