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Am J Manag Care. 2010 Dec;16(12 Suppl HIT):SP44-7.

Optimizing health information technology's role in enabling comparative effectiveness research.

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  • 1US Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, DC 22201, USA. amol.navathe@hhs.gov

Abstract

Health information technology (IT) is a key enabler of comparative effectiveness research (CER). Health IT standards for data sharing are essential to advancing the research data infrastructure, and health IT is critical to the next step of incorporating clinical data into data sources. Four key principles for advancement of CER are (1) utilization of data as a strategic asset, (2) leveraging public-private partnerships, (3) building robust, scalable technology platforms, and (4) coordination of activities across government agencies. To maximize the value of the resources, payers and providers must contribute data to initiatives, engage with government agencies on lessons learned, continue to develop new technologies that address key challenges, and utilize the data to improve patient outcomes and conduct research.

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