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Why The Opioid Epidemic Makes EHRs Essential To Public Health

01:00 EDT 10 Aug 2017 | HIT Consultants

When public health is threatened by an outbreak of SARS or Zika or avian influenza, widely disseminated information becomes a crucial tool used to curtail the spread of disease. But transmittable diseases are not the lone threats to public health. Other metaphorically pathogenic events—the current opioid epidemic, for example—are more effectively managed by making sure ... Read More

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