Diabetes care is more complete with electronic records

06/17/2011 | Health Data Management

A Robert Wood Johnson Foundation study of patients with diabetes in Cleveland found 51% of those seen at practices using electronic health records received all the necessary treatments, while only 7% treated at practices with paper-based records did. "For both care and outcomes, patients treated at practices with EHRs far outpaced those in paper practices across all insurance types," the study noted.

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