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However, none of these benefits will be achieved without providers, the federal government, and patients incurring significant upfront costs for both implementation and information security.

Only a few years after passage of the HITECH Act, adoption has significantly increased and much more information is being gathered and reported electronically.

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Congress is enforcing the initiation of electronic health records by 2014 for all United States citizens; unfortunately, there is resistance from health care providers, largely because of the lack of knowledge of electronic technology.

To address the future of health care in the 21 century, the utilization of electronic health records is imperative and will lead to better quality outcomes for the patients.

Comparative effectiveness, electronic health records, health information technology,meaningful use, Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology Health care costs in the United States are astronomical, and comparative effectiveness research (CER) has shown there are often inexpensive medical alternatives that have not been utilized by health care providers (Hoffman & Podgurski, 2011).

In fact, EMRs are being blamed as a cause of physician burnout by many clinicians.

So, I wanted to take time with [Strongwater] today to hear from him on his take on these issues and what Atrius is doing about them. Are EMRs a symptom of burnout, or are they the actual cause of the disease?

Congress is enforcing the initiation of electronic health records by 2014 for all United States citizens; unfortunately, there is resistance from health care providers, largely because of the lack of knowledge of electronic technology.

To address the future of health care in the 21 century, the utilization of electronic health records is imperative and will lead to better quality outcomes for the patients.

Comparative effectiveness, electronic health records, health information technology,meaningful use, Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology Health care costs in the United States are astronomical, and comparative effectiveness research (CER) has shown there are often inexpensive medical alternatives that have not been utilized by health care providers (Hoffman & Podgurski, 2011).

In fact, EMRs are being blamed as a cause of physician burnout by many clinicians.

So, I wanted to take time with [Strongwater] today to hear from him on his take on these issues and what Atrius is doing about them. Are EMRs a symptom of burnout, or are they the actual cause of the disease?

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