Incentives may make EMRs feasible for older physicians

08/16/2010 | American Medical Association

Investing in an electronic medical records system may be worthwhile for physicians nearing retirement age because of government incentives. Experts said meaningful use requirements and reimbursement penalties for not adopting the use of EMRs will play a key role in physicians' decisions to buy technology late in their careers.

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