October 11, 2012 By News Staff
Answer: nearly 32 percent
According to a survey by the Physicians Foundation, in which 13,575 physicians responded, 32.9 percent said their electronic health records (EHR) system has improved care quality.
However, 31.9 percent said their EHR system has not improved care quality. Of that nearly 32 percent, 13.4 percent anticipate that EHRs will improve care in the future.
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