A survey of 206 hospital executives finds deep concerns about accountable care organization models, and big worries about electronic health records systems that nearly all respondents have or are implementing.

Consultancy Purdue Healthcare Advisors conducted the survey of executives at the director level and above. Findings show that 20 percent have implemented an ACO-like model at their hospital and 46 percent have no plans in the near future to join the ACO ranks.

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