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As EHR Use Grows, Physicians’ View Of Their Impact Is Moderating

Executive Summary

The adoption and meaningful use of electronic health records may have surpassed goals set by the HHS, but a survey of physicians suggests the high expectations for the benefits of EHRs on patient care are coming down, at least among health care providers.

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