The complexities of clinical quality measures in the 2014 Edition of the electronic health records meaningful use program may outweigh potential benefits as the measures are beyond the ability of many EHR vendors and providers to comply with.

That’s the view of Dave Delano, project director at Massachusetts eHelath Collaborative and executive director of NEHEN, an electronic data interchange network for New England. He also was a leader of the regional extension center serving New Hampshire to help physicians adopt and meaningfully use EHRs.

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