Three papers published March 8 in Health Affairs cover issues related to the adoption and benefits of electronic health records.
A study of 26 primary care practices in north Texas estimates the average cost to implement an EHR is $46,659 per physician. Implementation teams and end-users at studied sites, all part of Baylor Health Care System's HealthTexas group practice, spent an estimated 745 hours per physician on implementation activities.
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