Most doctors have experienced financial and clinical benefits from implementing EHR systems that do and do not meet meaningful use criteria, according to survey results released by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT. The results showed that 88% of providers with MU-attested EHRs and 92% of doctors using MU-attested systems for more than two years saw clinical benefits from using the tools, compared with 79% of doctors with systems that do not satisfy MU criteria.
Most docs agree practices benefit from EHRs, survey finds
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