Use of Health Information Exchange Technology Reduces Costs Tied to Repeat Imaging

Providers who have access to patient records through an electronic health information exchange order fewer repeat X-rays, ultrasounds and other imaging tests, investigators from Weill Cornell Medicine found in a new study. Ordering fewer tests — specifically advanced imaging procedures, like CT scans and MRIs — can result in moderate annual healthcare savings.

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