Poll finds 50% rise in EMR use among U.S. physicians

11/15/2012 | BeckersHospitalReview.com

A Health Affairs survey showed a 50% increase in EMR use among primary care physicians in the U.S., although use is outpaced by that of some other countries where EMR use is nearly universal. Researchers also found the capability for electronic sharing of patient data is mostly concentrated in bigger practices and those that are part of integrated health systems.

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