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iDoc: E-Prescribing Gains Momentum, But Roadblocks Remain

This article was originally published in RPM Report

Executive Summary

New e-prescribing standards under Medicare Part D were finalized in April, but doctors aren't rushing to swap their pen and pad for a PDA. However, a bill floating through Congress may jumpstart adoption of the technology by doctors--if the legislation can get into this year's Medicare bill.

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