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Rough Draft/ Electronic Health Records: Are the Benefits Worth the Risk?
Electronic Health Records: Are the Benefits Worth the Risk?
Billions more were allocated to help train health information technology workers and assist hospitals and providers to adopt these systems. To gain these incentives providers of health care are required to show that they have achieved "meaningful use" of that system regarding improving quality. At a minimum, that will mean having systems capable of e-prescribing, reporting quality data, and exchanging data among providers ("ARRA Hitech," n.d.).I believe that in its haste to adopt electronic health records and gain lucrative incentives, the health care industry has overlooked serious security issues.
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