EMRs difficult to implement but offer many benefits

05/27/2009 | Charlotte Observer (N.C.), The

Widespread implementation of electronic medical records will pose challenges, but research continues to indicate that e-records will bring efficiencies to health care that could reduce costs. Among the advantages are reducing trips to the doctor, faster and easier access to lab test results, monitoring for drug interactions, and easier sharing of medical records.

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