Doctors' movement to digital records begins, albeit slowly
Physicians at Greensboro, NC-baed Carolina Pediatrics are part of a movement toward electronic health records. Members of the movement say such systems will reduce costs, improve efficiency, and reduce medical errors. But change has been slow in coming because some physicians, particularly those in small practices, say the systems are too expensive.
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