Connecticut recently became the first state to make electronic health information blocking illegal and its Office of the Attorney General is looking into such allegations that include Epic Systems and major hospital-based networks in the state.
Independent medical groups in the state are accusing large health systems of using their EHRs as a “tool to coerce practices to join them while punishing those who remain out of network,” as first reported by Politico.
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