Perhaps the biggest shortcoming springing from broad adoption of electronic health records is their limited ability to interoperate with one another now that they’ve been sutured into healthcare systems everywhere.

But a more fundamental shortcoming is shaping up as just as big an issue: the limited ability of EHRs to keep pace with advancing demands for more varied, easily accessed, comprehensive information for direct care and analysis.

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