SPOTLIGHT: Rule changes not increasing EMR uptake as expected


With new changes to the Stark Act and federal anti-kickback laws, it's supposed to make sense now for hospitals to offer free EMRs to physicians (and for physicians to accept them). However, for a variety of reasons, hospitals aren't getting on board as quickly as some observers had hoped--and some physicians are hanging back as well. Article

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