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E-Prescribing Use Continues To Grow

About 190 million prescriptions were sent electronically in 2009 and that's expected to increase to 300 million in 2010, according to Surescripts.

Here's a list of all 50 states -- plus Washington, D.C. -- and how they ranked for e-prescription usage in 2009, according to Surescripts:

1. Massachusetts

2. Michigan

3. Rhode Island

4. Delaware

5. North Carolina

6. Connecticut

7. Pennsylvania

8. Indiana

9. Hawaii

10. Florida

11. Iowa

12. South Dakota

13. Tennessee

14. Oregon

15. Maine

16. Minnesota

17. West Virginia

18. New Hampshire

19. Ohio

20. Virginia

21. Vermont

22. Texas

23. Washington

24. Missouri

25. Maryland

26. Georgia

27. Alabama

28. Arizona

29. Kansas

30. Illinois

31. Wisconsin

32. New Jersey

33. Oklahoma

34. Colorado

35. Arkansas

36. New York

37. Idaho

38. Nebraska

39. South Carolina

40. Utah

41. Kentucky

42. Louisiana

43. New Mexico

44. Nevada

45. California

46. Mississippi

47. Wyoming

48. Montana

49. District of Columbia

50. Alaska

51. North Dakota

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