To use technology better
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CitationGarber, Alan M. 2006. To use technology better. Health Affairs 25, 2:51-53.
AbstractAlthough technological innovation can improve health outcomes, the precise magnitude of the contribution and its value are not easily measured. The findings reported by Jonathan Skinner and colleagues temper the favorable conclusions reached by observing correlations between improvement in heart attack outcomes over time with spending on medical products and services. Improvements in health care depend not only on producing better technologies, but also on using technology better.
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