Daly R 2011 Under pressure Annual outsourcing survey shows continued growth in

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Daly, R. (2011). Under pressure. Annual outsourcing survey shows continued growth in healthcare services, but with resistance among some providers. Mod Healthc, 41(36), S1–5. Drazen, E.L., Staisor, D.S., & Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society. (1995). Information support in an integrated care delivery system. Chicago, IL: HIMSS.
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Chapter 5: Data and Interoperability Standards (Braunstein, 2014) Chapter 11: Interoperability (Trotter and Uhlman, 2011) Chapter 12: HIPAA: the far-reaching healthcare regulation (Trotter and Uhlman, 2011) Live Classrooms: Tuesday, October 2 from 8:00 PM to 9:30 PM ET Saturday, October 6 from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM ET Live sessions will be recorded.
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