Study finds increased use of basic EHRs among office-based doctors

12/6/2012 | Modern Healthcare (subscription required)

A survey by the CDC's National Center for Health Statistics found that 39.6% of office-based doctors used basic EHR systems in 2012, up from 33.9% in 2011. Wisconsin had the highest share of doctors who use basic EHRs, followed by Minnesota, North Dakota and Massachusetts.

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