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Progress and Challenges in Electronic Health Record Adoption: Findings from a National Survey of Physicians


  • Catherine DesRoches


One in 10 physicians has no plans to adopt an electronic health record. These physicians were older; in small, isolated practices; and were not participating in other delivery system or payment reform efforts.

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  • Catherine DesRoches, 2015. "Progress and Challenges in Electronic Health Record Adoption: Findings from a National Survey of Physicians," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 44e94d9c35114cceb7d2ae24b, Mathematica Policy Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:mpr:mprres:44e94d9c35114cceb7d2ae24b1bc5c7d

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    EHRs; Electronic Health Record; physician survey;

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