SPOTLIGHT: Small practice EMR use to rise slowly

 Small practice EMR use to rise slowly
Adoption of EMRs by small, non-hospital-affiliated medical practices should climb from 18 percent to 30 percent, or about 12 percent, by 2011. But that's still a far cry from universal adoption. Even as pressure mounts for physicians to implement EMR technology, doctors remain concerned about their costs, not to mention the potential for disrupting daily office operations. Article

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