US trails behind Europe in use of EMR (electronic medical records)
This article was originally published in Clinica
US healthcare leaders are to step up efforts to utilise IT initiatives in the wake of a recent survey that found them to be trailing behind European healthcare IT capabilities. Northern Europe is the heaviest investor in IT healthcare aids, including PDAs, general practitioner networks, practice websites and electronic medical records (EMR), concluded the survey conducted by Harris Interactive Surveys.
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