A review of the use of electronic health records at six community health clinics in six states concludes that the clinics can see long-term improved efficacy from the records, but the revenue benefits were negligible. Such clinics usually operate on flat-rate payments from Medicaid and lump sum payments from the Bureau of Primary Health Care, and the investment in e-records resulted in substantial net financial losses at all but one clinic.

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