EHR use may reduce required time to report quality measures

08/8/2013 |

A report in the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association found that using electronic health records to enable automated reporting of quality measures helped cut time requirements by 50%. Researchers said the findings on time savings were likely generalizable, but stressed the differences between theoretical and actual EHR use in reporting quality measures.

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