IT will help medical schools meet demand

05/6/2008 | Healthcare IT News

Information technology is key to enhancing training for physicians, embracing evidence-based medicine and using quality metrics, according to Dr. Darrell G. Kirch, speaking at the Collaborative Communications Summit: Transforming Healthcare through Health Information Technology. Kirch said he thinks IT will help improve the compartmentalization of education, a long-standing problem in medical education.

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