October 1, 2010 – The Institute of Medicine will conduct a one-year study of the safety of health information technology systems under a $989,000 contract from the HHS Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology.
The study will cover a range of patient safety issues, such as preventing IT-related errors and rapid reporting of safety issues. Other components of the study will:
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