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Why your doctor still relies on fax machines

by Adriene Hill and Sean McHenry Dec 27, 2017
The answer: a combination of work culture and well-intended policy gone awry.
In a scene from "Office Space," Ron Livingston, left, David Herman and Ajay Naidu take their revenge on the office fax machine.
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The government may want a refund for its $30 billion investment in electronic medical records

by Dan Gorenstein Apr 14, 2016
A new study has found many electronic records to be incomplete.
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Government seeks to improve patient access to records

by Kimberly Adams Feb 9, 2016
Doctors and hospitals told to trim the red tape around getting access to records.
Medical forms lined up next to each other at a doctor's office. 
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Medical scribe industry thrives

by Miles Bryan May 12, 2015
The medical scribe industry has been booming in recent years, fueled largely by hospitals around the county switching to electronic medical record systems.

Rise of digital medical records leads to data theft

by Tim Fitzsimons Apr 6, 2015
The growth of computerized records has led to a higher rate of stolen information.

Apple's ResearchKit links iPhones to medical research

by Adam Allington Mar 10, 2015
Using smartphones could significantly help our understanding of disease.

Forget the patient, what happens when the medical hardware gets a virus?

by Molly Wood Jun 17, 2013
As hospitals become more automated, the dangers of computer viruses become more serious.

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Rural doctors slow to adopt electronic medical records

by Kristofor Husted Apr 3, 2013
The federal government wants every doctor to have electronic records by 2015. But the high cost prevents some rural physicians from moving away from paper records.

Electronic health records aren't cutting costs so far

by Dan Gorenstein Jan 11, 2013
Clunky programs, high costs and incompatible systems are factors in failure to save billions.

Study: Still waiting for efficiency gains from electronic medical records

by Jeff Horwich Jan 11, 2013
A new study from the RAND Corporation says electronic medical records haven't saved us what they were supposed to.