Tech That Powers Quality Standards

Gienna Shaw, for HealthLeaders Media , September 6, 2011

Sharing such findings among collaborative members has changed and improved the way individual physicians practice, Kaelber said. Sharing data is important, too.

"Just by reporting quality in a standardized way across many providers and institutions, we are literally a catalyst for improving that quality," he says.

Technology alone isn’t a magic pill for healthcare, clearly. But technology tied to quality standards can help medical professionals and patients alike track care, remain accountable for improvements, and meet society’s goals.

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