The state of EHRs today

A nice overview of the plight of electronic records.

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  • Anonymous

    I review a lot of charts from other institutions in the region. About 1/3 of the time when they go to EMR I get as good or better data. About 2/3 of the time the result is a degradation in the quality of the record–by quality I mean good clinical data can be extracted such that one can reconstruct the clinical events and understand what happened.