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Electronic health records face human hurdles more than technological ones

PHILADELPHIA—In medicine, there's the patient and there's the chart. And the chart is paper.

That's the stereotype. Actually, about 20 to 30 percent of all primary care physicians in the nation now use basic electronic health records, according to David Blumenthal, a Harvard Medical School professor who was the national coordinator for health information technology in the Obama Administration until a week ago...

April 16, 2011 — Robin Lloyd
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