Health and Healing
Tuesday, March 6, 2012
Electronic Health Records Don't Cut Costs
A new study was published in the Journal Health Affairs that reports computerized patient records are unlikely to cut health care costs and might encourage doctors to order more expensive tests.
Save your research dollars, Health Affairs...I could have told you that!
The electronic health record gives doctors information about the patient instantly and helps coordinate care between
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