At a town hall meeting last night in Atlanta hosted by the American Medical Association, physicians expressed widespread discontent with electronic health records and the federal government’s Meaningful Use program.

As the nation’s largest physician organization, AMA held the meeting to give voice to provider dissatisfaction with EHRs and to encourage doctors to share their experiences with EHR technology. A parade of physicians told the group their horror stories with EHR implementation.

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