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(in reverse chronological order)


"
Our
recovery plan will invest in electronic health records
and new technology that will reduce errors, bring down
costs, ensure privacy, and save lives
."



President Barack Obama;




Address to Joint Session of Congress
;

February
24th, 2009






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"Congress has an important role in promoting HIT
adoption and providing the necessary initial and ongoing
funding mechanisms to assist physicians in solo and
small practices. Unfortunately, without adequate
financial incentives, solo and small physician practices
and their patients will be left behind the technological
curve… To achieve immediate quality and healthcare
savings through HIT, Congress must recognize the
significant financial barriers for solo and small
practices. It must offer creative solutions to stimulate
adoption of HIT where most Americans receive health care
– in offices of 1-5 physicians."



Lynne M. Kirk, MD, FACP

President of the American College of Physicians (ACP);



Hearing of the Subcommittee on Regulations, Healthcare and
Trade of the U.S. House Committee on Small Business
;

March 28, 2007






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"We need to reduce costs and medical errors with
better information technology."



President George W. Bush;



State of the Union Address
;

January 23, 2007






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"Third policy that’s important is to apply modern
information technology to our medical system. Doctors
practice 21st century medicine, they still have 19th
century filing systems. And this is an important issue.
One reason it’s an important issue, because when a doc
writes their files by hand, you generally can’t read the
writing. That leads to inefficiency and error. In
hospital there is more risk of preventable medical error
when records are handwritten, instead of being
cross-checked on a computer. Oftentimes doctors
duplicate expensive tests because they do not have
access to previous results. In other words, the medical
system has not taken advantage of information
technology…"



President George W. Bush;





President Discusses Health Care
;

February 15, 2006






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"We’re developing solutions for a nationwide health
information network. One of the things I’ve insisted
upon is that it’s got to be secure and private. There’s
nothing more private than your own health records. And
so any system that works is one that is — it’s your
record — you decide the disclosure of your health
records."



President George W. Bush;





President Discusses Health Care
;

February 15, 2006






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"We will make wider use of electronic records and
other health information technology, to help control
costs and reduce dangerous medical errors."



President George W. Bush;





State of the Union Address
;

January 31, 2006






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"This year, we’re going to launch a revolution in
our community health clinics. We’ll ask Albany,
Washington, and the private sector to join us in
investing $100 million to create secure electronic
health records in our community clinics, and in the
offices of doctors who practice in our poorest
neighborhoods. This will reduce preventable illnesses.
It will save millions of dollars a year now wasted on
needless procedures. And it will make us the national
leader in providing high-quality health care to those
most in need."



Michael R. Bloomberg, New York City’s Mayor;




2006 State of the City Address "A Blueprint for New York
City’s Future"
;

January 26, 2006






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"We need to make sure we expand information
technology. I am told — a lot of health care guys here
can tell you — that the modernization of health care
when it comes to information technology should save up
to 20 to 25 percent of cost, as well as reducing a lot
of medical errors. By that I mean, everybody ought to
have an electronic medical record that you’re able to
transfer from provider to provider. You know, the day of
a person carrying these thick files of medical paper,
and most of the time it’s hard to read because doctors
can’t write hardly at all, and — but it needs to be
modernized. There’s a lot of inefficiency, what I’m
telling you, in the health care field, particularly when
it comes to information sharing."



President George W. Bush;




Statement made during a discussion on the Global War on
Terror
;

January 11, 2006






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"There are many more potential breakthroughs in
health information than we can take on right now. The
ones we picked will create benefits for people fairly
quickly, and when they are completed, we will choose
more to create a wave of innovation that lasts year
after year. For instance, once we get the medication
history up and running, we could add lab and radiology
data. The drugs are first priority, since medication
errors and drug allergy errors have caused so many
health problems."



David Brailer, MD, PhD, National Coordinator for Health
Information Technology;




Statement made in UPI article: Health IT: From clipboard
to cyberspace
;

December 22, 2005






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"These health information exchanges, or regional health
information organizations (RHIOs), are indeed the
building blocks to create the National Health
Information Network, a secure, interoperable system
where all stakeholders involved in an individual’s care
can appropriately access and share electronic health
information in real time at the point of care."





Accelerating Transformation through Health Information
Technology
report
;

Released November 28, 2005






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"There may not have been an experience that
demonstrates, for me or the country, more powerfully the
need for electronic health records … than Katrina"



Mike Leavitt, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Secretary;




Statement made to
The Associated Press
;

September 13, 2005






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"Adopting health care information technology is not a
technical feat; it’s a feat of economics."



David Brailer, MD, PhD, National Coordinator for Health
Information Technology;



Speech at the
Healthcare Financial Management Association’s (HFMA) Annual
National Institute
;

June 28, 2005






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"The
time has come to put the medical clipboard out of
business and replace it with the computer. In doing so,
we can transform our health care system so that we
achieve fewer medical mistakes, lower costs, better
care, and less hassle. We all agree transformation must
take place; now let’s all agree to work together to do
it.



An entrepreneur I admire said, "There are three ways to
handle change. You can fight it and die; accept it and
survive; or, lead it and prosper."



This is the United States of America. I say, let’s lead
and prosper."



Mike Leavitt, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Secretary;




Speech at the Health Information and Management Systems
So
ciety (HIMSS) Conference
;

June 6, 2005






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"The
national strategy for achieving interoperability of
digital health information is for federal agencies —
who pay for more than one-third of all health care in
the country — to work with private-sector health care
providers and employers in developing and adopting an
architecture, standards and certification process…The
use of electronic health records and other information
technology will transform our health care system by
reducing medical errors, minimizing paperwork hassles,
lowering costs and improving quality of care. We will
bring together the public and private health care
sectors to transform health care as we know it."



Mike Leavitt, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Secretary;




“Secretary Leavitt Takes News Steps to Advance Health IT”
News Release
;

June 6, 2005






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"Information
technology is a pivotal part of transforming our health
care system. We are at a critical juncture. Working in
close collaboration, the federal government and private
sector can drive changes that will lead to fewer medical
errors, lower costs, less hassle and better care."



Mike Leavitt, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Secretary;




“Health Information Technology Leadership Panel: Final
Report”
News Release
;

May 11, 2005






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"Health
IT can enable transformation of healthcare by allowing a
better way to care – consumer by consumer, physician by
physician, disease by disease and region by region…It
is ultimately about treating the industry itself so that
we can have not only the best science, infrastructure
and professionals in the world, but also the best value,
safety and productivity."



David Brailer, MD, PhD, National Coordinator for Health
Information Technology;




Remarks at HIMSS 2005 Annual Conference
;

February 17, 2005






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"Interoperability
must be addressed now, or else widespread adoption of
stand-alone EHRs will be a fait accomplis."



David Brailer, MD, PhD, National Coordinator for Health
Information Technology;




Remarks at HIMSS 2005 Annual Conference
;

February 17, 2005






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"We
need to recognize that solutions that work for large
practices and hospitals, such as pay-for-performance,
may not help small physician offices in their efforts to
adopt EHRs and improve practice performance. We have to
develop solutions that assist EHR adoption up and down
the spectrum of care delivery organizations."



David Brailer, MD, PhD, National Coordinator for Health
Information Technology;




Remarks at HIMSS 2005 Annual Conference
;

February 17, 2005






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"We’ve
got 21st century medical practices, but 19th century
paperwork system…medical electronic records is going
to be one of the great innovations in medicine."



President George W. Bush;




Remarks at National Institutes of Health
;

January 26, 2005






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"Fully
standardized HIEI (Healthcare Information Exchange and Interoperability)
could yield a net value of $77.8 billion per year once fully
implemented…The clinical impact of HIEI for which quantitative
estimates cannot yet be made would likely add further
value."





The Value Of Health Care Information Exchange
report
;

January 19, 2005






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"Electronic
health records have the potential to help reduce medical errors, lower
costs and empower patients. However, without the widespread adoption of
electronic health records by small and medium physician practices … and
the requirements for achieving the interconnectivity necessary to allow
for the effective exchange of health related information, the benefits
of information technology cannot be fully realized.
"



Carol Diamond, MD,

Managing Director at the Markle Foundation and Chair of
Connecting for Health;




Press Release for: Financial, Legal and Organizational
Approaches to Achieving Electronic Connectivity in
Healthcare
report
;

October 22, 2004






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"Increased
adoption of information technology will speed the transformation of
health care services in this nation.
"



U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Secretary;



News Release

– HHS Awards $139 Million to Drive Adoption of
Health Information Technology
;

October 13, 2004






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"The time has come for an
electronic medical record in every group medical practice in America.
Period. End of story."



Donald M. Berwick, MD, MPP,

President and CEO,

Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI);




A Keynote Address at the

Medical Group Management Association’s (MGMA)
Annual
Conference
;

October 6, 2004






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"Become an influence of change
or a victim of change."



Valarie Willis, a senior consulting partner with Tom Peters
Co.;




Remarks at the 2004 annual conference of the Medical
Group Management Association
;

October 4, 2004






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"I.T. really has grown in the
last five years as a strategic enabler, not an out-of-control expense."



Mike Glenn, CEO at Olympic Medical Center in Port Angeles,
Wash.;





Health Data Management article:
CEOs Talk Shop: I.T. a Strategic Asset
;

October 2004 issue






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"For a single health care
facility to be competitive, it must optimize its resources and employ
leading-edge technology to raise the bar for efficiency and patient
safety."



Kerry O’Leary, RN, MBA and Physicians’ Hospital CEO;




News story: Physicians’ Hospital Selects QuadraMed
to Implement Healthcare Information System
;

September 28, 2004






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"We must look at the goal of a
unified health system and agree that IT investments and healthcare
quality are inextricably linked. This is not a government issue or a
technology issue or a healthcare issue, at least not solely. It is a
leadership issue."



Herbert Pardes, President & CEO of New York-Presbyterian
Hospital and President of eHealth Initiative;





Modern Healthcare article: … or a necessary
partner
;

September 6, 2004






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"Dr. Brailer’s plan relies on
strategies that the College has previously identified as crucial for
success, such as providing incentives for the adoption of health
information technology (HIT) and promulgating interoperable standards."



John Tooker, MD, MBA, FACP, ACP CEO and EVP;





American College of
Physicians
Press Release
;

July 22, 2004






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"Based on 35 years of direct patient
care and over one year of ePrescribing, I am a great “fan”."



Thomas E. Sullivan, MD, Women’s Health Center Cardiology,
Danvers, Massachusetts;




Testimony Before the
Subcommittee on Health

of the House Committee on Ways and Means
;

July 22, 2004






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"America needs to move much faster to
adopt information technology in our health care
system…Electronic health information will provide a
quantum leap in patient power, doctor power, and effective
health care. We can’t wait any longer…Health information
technology can improve quality of care and reduce medical
errors, even as it lowers administrative costs. It has the
potential to produce savings of 10 percent of our total
annual spending on health care, even as it improves care for
patients and provides new support for health care
professionals…This plan sorts out the myriad of issues
involved in achieving the benefits of health information
technology, and it lays out a coherent direction for
reaching our goals."



Tommy Thompson, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Secretary;




HHS News Release:
Thompson Launches "Decade of Health Information Technology"
;

July 21, 2004






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"President Bush has identified health
information technology as one of the most important
technology areas for America’s future. This report lays down
a foundation for achieving this national priority and moves
us from a period of discussion into a period of rapid
action…This approach drives industry-wide change by
focusing on the clinician and the consumer. Our goal is to
bring about improvement in health care from the inside out.
This transformation will require the collaborative efforts
and leadership of clinicians, consumers, hospitals,
purchasers, payers, technology companies and informatic
thought leaders to make this groundwork for change a
reality."



David J. Brailer, M.D., Ph.D., National Coordinator for
Health Information Technology;




HHS News Release:
Thompson Launches "Decade of Health Information Technology"
;

July 21, 2004






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"With so many heavy hitters in
government — starting with President Bush — pushing for
their use, the question of physicians’ adoption of
electronic medical records is not if, but when."



American Medical News
– Newspaper of the American Medical Association (AMA)
;




Editorial:
Doctors need to take a leading role on electronic medical
records
;

July 5, 2004






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"Widespread adoption of interoperable
health information technology is a cornerstone of creating a
21st Century Intelligent Health system."



Newt Gingrich, Founder, The Center for Health
Transformation;




Introductory letter in White Paper: Creative Incentives
for the Nationwide Adoption of Interoperable Health
Information Technology
;

July 2, 2004






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"This [investment] was not made with
ROI in mind. We viewed this as something we had to do so we
can improve patient care and go paperless. The real ROI here
is the increased functionality we are getting to do the
things we need to do. And it’s hard to put a number on this.
How do you put an ROI on helping patients?"



Peter Dougherty, Touro Infirmary CIO;




Remarks in Health-IT World article:
Bigger IBM Mainframe to Help Touro Infirmary Go Paperless
;

July 1, 2004






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"Physician confidence (in electronic
records) in the ambulatory setting will translate to more
adoption in the hospital setting… That’s where a lot of
focus will be, in how to stimulate interest in creating a
national fabric of technology."



David J. Brailer, M.D., Ph.D., National Coordinator for
Health Information Technology;




Remarks during media briefing to reaffirm commitment to push
the healthcare industry toward rapid implementation of
healthcare IT
;

June 25, 2004






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"I am absolutely passionate about
moving this ball down the field because it is so important
in reducing mistakes in medicine and improving practice, We
are on the cusp of changing the way medicine is
practiced…We are going to use the reimbursement system to
encourage good practices.”



Tommy Thompson, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Secretary;



Remarks during media briefing to reaffirm commitment to push
the healthcare industry toward rapid implementation of
healthcare IT
;

June 25, 2004






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"Paper records and prescriptions
kill. Mistakes made by depending on [and using] paper keep
happening; the thing is, they’re avoidable. Everyday that we
don’t act, people will continue to die unnecessarily."



former House Speaker Newt Gingrich;




Remarks at 2004 Frontiers of Health Care Conference at
Brown University
;

June 22, 2004






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"Frost & Sullivan estimates that
approximately 12.5 percent of the total active private
practitioners use electronic medical records (EMR) to store
patient data. A majority of these users belong to large or
medium group practices. Among solo practitioners and small
group practices of three or lesser in size, uptake of EMR is
even less at merely 5 percent. This slow rate of penetration
is because computer literacy among most physicians is
minimal or nil. Being comfortable with traditional systems
of maintaining records, they are hesitant to adopt new
technology. Further, they are yet to be convinced about
increased ROI that EMRs provide. However, computer-literate
fresh medical graduates are open to this idea. Vendors would
do well to target this segment to boost sales and work
toward dispelling the hesitation among the older
practitioners to invest in IT."



Frost & Sullivan Research Report Brochure;




U.S. Electronic Medical Records Markets for Inpatient and
Ambulatory Care
;

June 22, 2004






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"If the health care industry doesn’t
move quickly to automate, there are politicians in
Washington that are itching to have the government regulate
all aspects of the market for electronic records. The Bush
administration feels that this would place unacceptable
limits on the flexibility of physicians to buy products that
work best for their practices, and it doesn’t want to place
mandates and regulations on the market."



David J. Brailer, M.D., Ph.D., National Coordinator for
Health Information Technology;




Remarks at National Alliance for Health Information
Technology’s
Annual Membership Meeting
;

June 16, 2004






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"To assure that modern information
technology will be fully utilized in health care, [my] legislation sets a goal of full implementation of a
broad-based system of electronic medical records and
automated bill-paying. It authorizes grants, loans and loan
guarantees for health providers to install and implement
clinical information systems that meet national technical
standards for parameters such as security and
interoperability. The bill also offers larger reimbursements
for providers who implement these types of information
systems. Over a period of time, it reduces payments for
large health care facilities that fail to do so."



Senator Edward Kennedy;




Press Release:
Introduction of the Health Care Modernization, Cost
Reduction, and Quality Improvement Act
;

May 13, 2004






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"Americans deserve a seamless and
secure national health information infrastructure. This
system must provide accurate, complete patient data to
providers wherever they are, in time to be useful-even in an
emergency. It must allow doctors to prescribe medications
electronically, so the medications can be checked for safety
before they are administered. And it must do all this
without revealing personally identifiable information
without the patient’s consent."



 Tommy Thompson, U.S. Department of Health and Human
Services Secretary;




Remarks at
Health IT Summit
;

May 6, 2004






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"If all Americans’ electronic health
records were connected in secure computer networks that
safeguarded patient privacy, health care providers would
have complete records for their patients, so they would no
longer have to re-order tests that have already been done….
widespread adoption of technology will depend in large part
on federally organized public-private partnerships."



 Congressman Patrick Kenney

& former Speaker Newt Gingrich;




Op-ed in New York Times:
Operating in a vacuum;

May 3, 2004






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"Medicine ought to be using modern
technologies in order to better share information, in order
to reduce medical errors, in order to reduce cost to our
health care system by billions of dollars…Within ten
years, every American must have a personal electronic
medical record. The federal government has got to take the
lead in order to make this happen by developing what’s
called technical standards."



President George W. Bush;




Remarks at American Association of Community Colleges
Annual Convention
;

April 26, 2004






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"By computerizing health records, we can avoid dangerous
medical mistakes, reduce costs, and improve care."



President George W. Bush;



State of the Union Address
;

January 20, 2004






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"We need a better way to share information. We need a better
system so that physicians have at their fingertips all the
information they need to do their job – including patient
history, the latest research, drug interactions, and
everything else they need…Information, in the hands of the
right people, at the right time, drives quality and value.
We need to empower patients and health care providers to
make the right choices. And to do that, health care decision
makers-providers, payers, and patients — need to have
access to the right information, where and when it is
needed, securely and privately…We need to build an
information technology infrastructure that enables
information sharing…Federal leadership is needed to
encourage the adoption of health care information technology
that promotes interoperability, assures affordability, and
reduces barriers to IT adoption."



Senator Hilary Clinton;



Remarks of Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton on
The Health Information for Quality Improvement Act
;

January 12, 2004






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"Significant performance improvement will only be
accomplished by tracking dramatic, system-level changes. The
courageous among us will get there first, achieving
performance levels never imagined by previous generations."



Donald M. Berwick, MD, MPP,

President and CEO,

Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI);



IHI 2004 Progress Report
;






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"The establishment of the Center signals
the importance for both members and leaders of the AAFP of
the need to move from paper-based to computerized
information systems in the family physicians office."




Douglas E. Henley, M.D., AAFP Executive Vice President;



Press Release:
American Academy of Family Physicians Establishes Center for
Health Information Technology
;

September 25, 2003






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"We want to build a standardized platform on which
physicians’ offices, insurance companies, hospitals and
others can all communicate electronically, which will
improve patient care while reducing the medical errors and
the high costs plaguing our health care system."



Tommy Thompson, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Secretary;



News Release:
HHS Launches New Efforts to Promote Paperless Healthcare System
;

July 1, 2003






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"Our vision is to transform the practice of medicine using a
new set of medical informatics tools. It is the right thing
to do for leaders who care…Status quo is being in a rut.
We cannot tolerate that."



Mark Neaman, CEO and President of Evanston Northwestern
Healthcare;




Health·IT World article: Health IT Takes "Guts" and Leadership,
reporting on HIMSS Summer Conference
;

June 10, 2003






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