Report: State, local HIT spending to reach $9.9B in 2015

08/30/2010 | Healthcare IT News

An INPUT report projects that the market for health IT will hit $9.9 billion in five years, driven in large part by rapid implementation of electronic health records by providers and regional extension centers scrambling to qualify for stimulus incentives. "States, localities, and regional extension centers are going to move quickly to capitalize on EHR funding," said an INPUT senior analyst.

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