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Survey Gives Insight on How Docs View HIT

Published
  • July 22 2013, 3:00pm EDT

A survey of more than 300 practicing physicians finds a small majority believe health information technology can improve safety, patient care and advance evidence-based medicine.

Market research firm Ipsos conducted the 2013 Physician Outlook survey for medical information content vendor Wolters Kluwer Health. Fifty-five percent of respondents see progress in HIT ensuring patient safety and improving the quality of care, while 51 percent think EHRs can help increase evidence-based care.

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