Tradition, cost keep physicians from going paperless

09/8/2009 | Las Vegas Sun

Cost and a long tradition of paper records are keeping many physicians from switching to electronic medical records, even as the government offers incentives for them to make the change. It can cost a physician $30,000 to go paperless, but there is a big financial return on investment, even in the short run, studies show.

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