Small providers may reap quality gains from high-intensity EHR aid

01/9/2013 | Modern Healthcare (subscription required)

Physicians in small-practice settings and underserved areas who received high-intensity technical assistance with EHR adoption attained better scores on selected quality measures than those who did not get the assistance, a study in Health Affairs found. The findings may aid federal regional extension centers that help providers adopt EHRs in choosing where and how to spend their resources, the study's lead author said.

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