GOP Senators Join the Quest for Answers on Meaningful Use, EHR Overbilling

Two weeks after four GOP leaders of the U.S. House raised questions about the value of the EHR meaningful use program and possible use of EHRs to overbill, Modern Healthcare reports that four Senate counterparts now want similar answers.

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Comments (3)
GOP where is my phone call? Or are you just like the Democrats and just like to hear youself speak? Costs could have been reduced by standardizing all EHR's the way Doc's want not just software engineers and govt. feel is easy for them. Connect everyone via internet stop building stuff that is not needed.
Posted by mackley | Saturday, December 01 2012 at 9:37AM ET
Question? Dr. Colburn says he still practices medicine when he's not in Washington...hmmmm...does he use electronic medical records or is he still a "paper"doctor? Is this a good question to ask? Granted serving in Congress takes a lot of his time so he could not be the same type of expert that a full time doctor would be..but does he or doesn't he? As I always say there's nothing better than "hands on" experience today when talking about any IT project:)
Posted by MedicalQuack | Friday, October 19 2012 at 10:48AM ET
GOP call me and let's have a discussion on how to make EHRs work to really reduce costs. First you need a national database to collect the data, then you analyse it! DUH! WE needed to be connected first! CALL 203 271 0556.
Posted by mackley | Thursday, October 18 2012 at 9:10PM ET
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