High costs keep doctors from switching to electronic records

My Comment: Whoever can solve this problem is going to make millions of dollars. I wish I had the magic answer right now. Is there anyone else out there who wants to brainstorm and figure this out? Leave your comments.

Primary care physicians are slow to adopt electronic health records systems, according to a new survey, largely because moving from paper-based to computerized records costs so much ….only 4% of U.S. physicians use comprehensive systems of electron…another 13% have a more basic electronic record system without the added safety features

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One Comment on “High costs keep doctors from switching to electronic records”


  1. Hey your are right, but we can the get a good electronic health records for cheap which have the safety features. Taking the health record to the digital world can have tremendous advantages over the traditional paper-based records of the past.


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