Technology: Still a Long Way to Go

February 2010
HealthLeaders Magazine;Feb2010, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p30
The article focuses on the results of the "HealthLeaders Media Industry Survey 2010" which revealed the technology needed for efficient utilization of electronic health records (EHR) system in the U.S. Almost 70% of health care providers reportedly have the capabilities to deliver decision support, which involves the capacity to collect information in one record. Also stressed is the need for small and large hospitals to make investment on health information exchanges.


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