eHealthRecord.info Archives

eHealthRecord.info Archives June 2008

| Vol. 5 No. 12 June 25, 2008 |

FACTS AND STATS

Dr. David J. Brailer, the former health information technology coordinator in the Bush administration … pointed to the 54% of American doctors without electronic health records who said that not finding an electronic health record that met their needs was a "major barrier" to adoption. In short, they are not satisfied with the existing products, which tend to be designed for hospitals - big customers - instead of small practices.

Source: Most Doctors Aren't Using Electronic Health Records
The New York Times
Date Published: June 19, 2008


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