Doctors raise doubts on digital health data
The federal government plans to spend $19 billion to spur the use of computerized patient records, but two articles in the New England Journal of Medicine point to the formidable obstacles to achieving the policy goal. The studies point to problems of not only installing electronic health records, but also using them to improve care and curb cost.
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