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Allscripts Survey of Healthcare Professionals Demonstrates Potential Impact of Economic Stimulus Plan on Electronic Health Record Adoption
Date:2/2/2009

e Stark Safe Harbor exception. The 2008 CCHIT Incentive Index(2) identified 50 programs nationally involving 115 hospitals that are currently providing funding for physicians. Taken together with the Allscripts survey, this data provides an indication that the current program has gained traction in the market. However the new programs under consideration have the potential to greatly more significant adoption.

-- The proposed incentives may drive significant new adoption. Sixty-eight percent of respondents would be likely to participate in the pay-for-purchase proposal under consideration in the Stimulus Bill, which provides sliding scale financial incentives resulting in payments of up to $40,000 per provider over 5 years as reimbursement for the purchase of an EHR. Only 2 percent of respondents indicated they would not participate in this program, with the remainder either unsure (25 percent) or unlikely to participate (3 percent).

-- Groups without an EHR have equal preference for either a pay-for-purchase or pay-for-use. Respondents from medical groups that do not have an EHR expressed an equal preference for either a pay-for-purchase or pay-for-use approach. Among all groups surveyed, preference for pay-for-purchase decreased in direct correlation with practice size: 47 percent of respondents from groups with between one and three physicians preferred to be reimbursed for purchasing an EHR rather than provided incentives for its use; 32 percent of those from groups with between four and 25 physicians agreed; 20 percent of those from groups with 26 to 100 physicians agreed; and just 18 percent of respondents from groups of 100 or more physicians agreed, with the larger groups strongly favoring utilization incentives.

-- Providers are confident in existing privacy and security protections. Sixty-one percent of respondents from groups with an EHR say they want to move forward without waiting f
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