While enormous medical and technological advancements have been made over the last century, it is only very recently that there have been similar rates of development in the ﬁeld of health information technology (HIT).
This report examines some of the advancements in HIT and its potential to shape the future health care experiences of
consumers. Combined with better data collection, HIT offers signiﬁcant opportunities to improve access to care, enhance health care quality, and create targeted strategies that help promote health equity. We must also keep in mind that technology gaps exist, particularly among communities of color, immigrants, and people who do not speak English well. HIT implementation must be done in a manner that responds to the needs of all populations to make sure that it enhances access, facilitates enrollment, and improves quality in a way that does not exacerbate existing health disparities for the most marginalized and underserved.
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