Federal researchers found 73% of office-based physicians surveyed said their EHR systems could prescribe electronically, while 68% said their EHRs keep a list of patients' drug allergies. Fifty-six percent also said their EHRs allow them to provide patients with a copy of a clinical summary, while 50% said their EHRs could help a provider with one or more clinical decision-support rules.
Report finds increased adoption of powerful EHRs among doctors
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