Plugged In: Health Information Technology or Bust

Published Online: Wednesday, May 15, 2013
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HITECH and other influences have dramatically increased investment in electronic health solutions. Will this dramatically change how pharmacists practice, or will it be business as usual? Troy Trygstad, PharmD, PhD, MBA, co-editor of the Directions in Pharmacy supplements, discusses emerging technology trends and how investments in technology will change health care. Look for an in-depth discussion of technology in the third supplement, coming this fall.

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