EHRs are expensive, but crucial in promoting better care

12/12/2008 | Sun (Baltimore), The

Encouraging physicians to use EHRs is an important step in promoting health care reform and increasing quality of care. However, despite the obvious benefits, says health reporter David Kohn, EHRs are expensive, costing between $40,000 to $60,000 for a benefit that many physicians won't see right away.

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