Physicians more open to info exchange but wary of technology

10/8/2012 | HealthLeaders Media

Two recent studies suggest physicians are less fearful of the changes associated with joining health information exchanges but are more concerned about the limitations of the technology. Many doctors surveyed were wary of interoperability and infrastructure challenges. Stage 2 of meaningful use will require technology to be federally certified before it can be sold to clinicians, which should help address some concerns, according to Janet Marchibroda, chairwoman of the Health Information Technology Initiative at the Bipartisan Health Center.

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