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Partnership will provide a better view of patient journey by connecting disparate datasets while preserving patient privacy to help improve quality and reduce costs.
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Premier submitted comments in response to CMS' Request for Information on Medicare Advantage.
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The federal government should immediately prioritize and accelerate efforts to adopt a national system for syndromic surveillance.