FACTS AND STATS
"By 2010, the goal is to have half of the population with an
electronic health record," said Richard Alvarez, president and
chief executive officer of Canada Health Infoway. By 2016, he wants
every Canadian to have one.
The reality today, however, is far different: Only 9 per cent of
Canadians have an electronic health record.
Source: Your Medical Chart, Just a Mouse Click
Date Published: Feb 18, 2008.
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