AHA Comments on CMS' Proposed Rule to Promote Electronic Health Information

Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ (CMS) multifaceted proposed rule to promote electronic health information.

The AHA fully supports CMS’s intent to expand the ability of hospitals and health systems, health plans and others to share information that is useful in ensuring patients get the care they need and that it is safe and efficient care.

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