Physicians more likely to report adverse events with EHRs

12/10/2009 | Healthcare IT News

A survey of 300 primary care physicians found half of all respondents and 60% of those using electronic health records said they were more likely to report adverse events using an EHR system. The survey from Pfizer also showed almost 60% of respondents thought adverse event reporting using an EHR would improve patient safety.

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