A survey of clients by electronic data interchange vendor NaviNet Inc. shows mixed results on whether meaningful use incentive payments are driving electronic health records adoption among small physician practices.

The Cambridge, Mass.-based company conducted the survey in March via e-mail among customer practices of 10 or fewer physicians, receiving 269 responses. In a similar survey last August, 12 percent of respondents said meaningful use incentives was driving technology adoption. That number rose to 27 percent in the March survey. The percentage of physicians with no plans to implement an EHR fell from 31 percent last August to 21 percent in March.

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