Healthcare CIO: Innovation Lessons From United States And Taiwan
David Chou, the CIO at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, has published a report of suggestions for what the U.S. can learn from Taiwan as well as what they can learn from us, based on his experience at UMMC. In 1995, Taiwan launched a National Health Insurance program covering 99.9% of the population, including prison inmates. Before that, roughly 41% of the citizens were uninsured and without healthcare access.
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