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Assessing the impact of community health information networks: a multisite field study of the Wisconsin Health Information Network.
Top Health Inf Manage. 1997 Nov; 18(2):64-76.TH

Abstract

Community health information networks (CHINs) have emerged as a promising new technology to generate cost reductions and support change in the health care industry. The proliferation of CHINs has been thwarted, however, by a conspicuous lack of evidence to support the claims of enhanced efficiency and effectiveness from CHIN participation. A recent study of the Wisconsin Health Information Network, the nation's first fully functioning CHIN, documents the benefits of this emerging technology. The findings reveal the potential for significant cost savings via electronic transmission of patient clinical and administrative information as well as enhancement of the quality of patient care.

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School of Business Administration, Metropolitan State College of Denver, CO, USA.No affiliation info availableNo affiliation info availableNo affiliation info available

Pub Type(s)

Journal Article

Language

eng

PubMed ID

10174731

Citation

Lassila, K S., et al. "Assessing the Impact of Community Health Information Networks: a Multisite Field Study of the Wisconsin Health Information Network." Topics in Health Information Management, vol. 18, no. 2, 1997, pp. 64-76.
Lassila KS, Pemble KR, DuPont LA, et al. Assessing the impact of community health information networks: a multisite field study of the Wisconsin Health Information Network. Top Health Inf Manage. 1997;18(2):64-76.
Lassila, K. S., Pemble, K. R., DuPont, L. A., & Cheng, R. H. (1997). Assessing the impact of community health information networks: a multisite field study of the Wisconsin Health Information Network. Topics in Health Information Management, 18(2), 64-76.
Lassila KS, et al. Assessing the Impact of Community Health Information Networks: a Multisite Field Study of the Wisconsin Health Information Network. Top Health Inf Manage. 1997;18(2):64-76. PubMed PMID: 10174731.
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