EHR Efficacy Varies Among Healthcare Organizations, Studies Find

Medical News Today recently published a round-up of studies related to the efficacy of health information technology.

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EHRs Still Face Cost and Security Concerns

Not all Americans are convinced when it comes to the adoption of electronic health records.

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The Trend Toward a Paperless Hospital

In the second of our series on the Harvard Business Review’s Ten Innovations That Will Transform Medicine, we take a look at evidence-based decision-making.

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Audiopoint Introduces Phone-Based EHR System

Earlier this month, Audiopoint added its voice to the list of companies developing EHR products.

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U.S. Hospitals Slow to Adopt Electronic Medical Records

Only 9 percent of U.S. hospitals use electronic medical records, according to a new survey. It’s a far cry from the comprehensive, high-tech environment supported by the Obama and Bush administrations.

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