A large online survey of medical practices with nearly 4,600 responses finds no consensus that electronic health records systems increase physician productivity.

The survey found 72 percent of responding EHR owners are satisfied with the overall system. But only 26.5 percent of those surveyed say physician productivity has increased, while nearly 31 percent experienced a productivity decrease and 43 percent reported no change.

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