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A small group of software vendors has largely controlled the flow of patient data in U.S. health care for more than two decades. The biggest health systems have paid billions of dollars for their electronic health records, and mostly accepted the costly strings attached that constrict how they can share data or which apps they can adopt.

Now, many of those hospitals are no longer willing to make that tradeoff.

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