EHRs enable more docs to create patient registries, study finds

07/14/2011 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Data on 163 surveyed physicians found that using electronic health records enabled 78% of the respondents to generate patient registries based on lab results compared with only 44% who did so prior to the EHR trial, while the number of those creating medication lists in 2009 more than doubled from 2005. The findings appear in Health Affairs this month.

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