AHA to HHS Re: Strategy on Reducing Regulatory and Administrative Burden Relating to the Use of Health IT and EHRs

AHA's comments on draft report from the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology entitled “Strategy on Reducing Regulatory and Administrative Burden Relating to the Use to of Health IT and EHRs.”

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