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More Steps to Engage Patients for Good Practice and Meaningful Use

In my engagement with leaders in and around health IT, I’m fortunate to have access to some of the best thinking and leadership in the industry. Part of my responsibility of with this publication is to collate and collect some of what I consider to be the best thought leadership in health IT and publish it for anyone to read.

In my “travels,” I recently was introduced to Dr. Ed Fotsch, CEO of PDR Network, an organization that provides innovative products and services that benefit bio/pharmaceutical manufacturers, electronic health record (EHR) and ePrescribing vendors. Hopefully, I’ll be able to feature him in the near future in a HIT Thought Leadership Highlight.

However, I came across the following piece recently, “4 Steps to Engage Patients While Meeting Meaningful Use Requirements,” from my friends at Becker’s Hospital Review and I thought it pretty insightful.

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