Electronic health records in general are promising, but they are not a cure-all, experts Julia Kendrick and Ann Meehan said. Speaking at a conference, Kendrick and Meehan listed the top 10 myths often associated with EHRs, including the notion that fragmented information management operations are automatically fixed in an EHR and that implementing the technology immediately translates into staff reductions.
Experts debunk 10 myths about EHRs
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