Survey: Fewer than 40% of U.S. physicians use e-records

12/12/2008 | Reuters

A survey of 2,000 U.S. physicians found just 38.4% use electronic medical records and only 4% have fully functional systems. The survey by the National Center for Health Statistics found 20.4% of physicians say their system is "minimally functional," meaning it can be used to order prescriptions and tests, view lab or imaging results and store clinical notes.

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