Electronic records by 2014?

There’s a reason why universal electronic records are nothing but a pipe dream:

The high cost of EMRs, combined with a small return on investment, is a main reason why physicians have been slow to adopt systems . . . While some EMR functions, such as billing and transcribing notes, financially benefit physicians, most of the return on investment accrues to health plans.

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