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U.S. health system could undermine EHR progress

Madison, Wis. The nation's dysfunctional healthcare system may undermine any progress in patient care made possible by the adoption of electronic health records, according to a featured speaker at this week's Digital Healthcare Conference.

Jeff Grossman
Dr. Jeff Grossman, president and CEO of the Universi......

Full article >>> se of weak evidence on the efficacy of EHRs.

As organizations dig down into their operations in an attempt to build a workable network architecture, they may not like what the find, Grossman said, but they have to drive the project forward even while empathizing with the inevitable cultural resistance. And he cautioned against thinking about IT integration strictly in terms of return on i......

Full article >>> the trust. The rest would go to the vendor, selected through a Request for Proposal process, which builds the system at no cost to local healthcare providers in exchange for a long-term contract that would guarantee the vendor operational control and ownership of system software.

"If you charge patients $5 a month, you can operate it for less than $20 per year, per patient - probably a lo......

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