SPOTLIGHT: IT helps groups improve P4P performance

IT investment programs may seem nice to have, rather than necessary, to many non-technical managers. But that could turn out to be a short-sighted view. According to a new study, the more California medical groups used information technology, the better they scored on several important clinical measures. This conclusion comes as part of the Integrated Healthcare Association's announcement of its Pay for Performance program results. Article

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