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11/6/2012 | 6:46:57 AM
re: Cancer Social Network Supports Meaningful Use Goals
Social networks for chronic conditions can serve a very positive role in health care. They provide an avenue of moral support for patients that may not have resources available for them locally as well as keeping them engaged with their care. It's not wonder that this helps with Meaningful Use's stage 2 goal.

Jay Simmons
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