Changing the Paradigm in Healthcare Information Technology-Becoming Proactive and Moving Into the Home

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Demands for care from an ageing population necessitate a paradigm shift across the health care ecosystem to support a sustainable approach to improving and integrating high-quality patient care across multiple stakeholders. Providers can lead these initiatives by being proactive, reaching out to their patient base, and facilitating care in the home. Read about how information technology can enable this paradigm shift.

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