EHR functionality is changing slowly, study finds

03/19/2012 | Government Health IT online

Technological advances and federal meaningful use incentives have spurred widespread use of EHRs, but functionality has not varied for the systems since 1982. A Booz Allen Hamilton survey for the California HealthCare Foundation identified five reasons why, starting with the fact that EHRs were initially designed to guarantee payment and pointing to four future trends surrounding the technology.

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