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Electronic Health Records: A Hard Pill to Swallow for Some Doctors

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Electronic health records are supposed to represent the next great leap in medicine - reducing medical errors and enhancing the physician's diagnostic powers.

Electronic health records are supposed to represent the next great leap in medicine — reducing medical errors and enhancing the physician’s diagnostic powers. A 2007 state statute requires all Minnesota health care providers to adopt them by 2015, and the 2010 Affordable Care Act includes a host of incentives for their adoption.

Yet, health professionals have mixed feelings about the digital records even though they are now in place at scores of Minnesota clinics and most Minnesota hospitals. Some praise them as a teaching and diagnostic tool, while others say they clutter up the patient-doctor relationship.

Read the full story here: http://strib.mn/1lOfgwg

Source: The Star Tribune

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