A recent survey of more than 18,500 physicians finds that 22 percent of them are opting out of or disregarding altogether the meaningful use electronic health records program.

Conducted by Medscape, a unit of WebMD, the survey was designed to gauge current EHR use among physicians across 25 specialties. “The results give an eye-opening portrait of how EHRs are affecting medical practices,” states Medscape, which offers a variety of medical information content to physicians and other healthcare professionals.

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