Patients show positive response to EHRs

Patients felt even more comfortable than physicians when it came to using an electronic health record (EHR) system--and also felt that the information contained in the record was more accurate when they physically saw it being entered electronically, according to a survey by Tampa-based Sage Healthcare Division. Overall, the study found that more than 81 percent of patients and 62 percent of physicians had a positive perception of electronic documentation. --Read the full article at FierceEMR

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