Health technology and patient-centered principles shown to improve care

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Using both patient-centered care principles and health information technology improves care, according to the bulk of evidence published during the last 14 years.

 

Researchers at the Johns Hopkins University Evidence-Based Practice Center reviewed 327 published articles examining results of health IT tools used in implementing patient-centered care. The studies looked at health outcomes for patients with a range of health conditions, including diabetes, heart disease, depression and cancer. The review was limited to research published in 1998 or later.

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