Stephen Soumerai

Director of the Drug Policy Research Program; Harvard Medical School

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Professor and Clinical Researcher at Harvard Medical School where he directs the Drug Policy Research Program; chair of the Evaluative Sciences and Statistics concentration Harvard University's PhD program in Health Policy

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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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