Anne Armstrong-Coben

Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, Columbia University

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Anne Armstrong-Coben on KCRW

Some studies show that information technology cuts costs and improves healthcare in medical groups with hundreds or thousands of doctors.

Healthcare and Information Technology

Some studies show that information technology cuts costs and improves healthcare in medical groups with hundreds or thousands of doctors.

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