Concerns that nationwide electronic health record adoption could lead to widespread fraudulent coding and billing practices that result in higher healthcare spending are unfounded, according to a study from the University of Michigan School of Information and the Harvard School of Public Health.

The study, by Julia Adler-Milstein, assistant professor of information at Michigan, and Ashish K. Jha, Harvard professor of public health, is published in the July issue of Health Affairs.

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