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The Accountable Care Organization Enabled by Collaborative E-Care Management

Source: SAP
The healthcare system does not adequately provide and support proactive collaboration and communication while the patient is outside the healthcare system. Current technology (e.g., health information exchange and electronic health records) doesn’t facilitate the required level of collaboration beyond the hospital or physician’s office that will be necessary to address the objectives of an accountable care organization.


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