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Doctors Slowly Accept Health Information Exchanges
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6/9/2013 | 10:25:22 PM
re: Doctors Slowly Accept Health Information Exchanges
It makes sense that more hospital owned practices would want
HIE participation compared to privately owned practices since they have a
differing goals when it comes to EHRs. Larger hospital owned practices would be
more inclined to the exchange of patient data among facilities while smaller
privately owned practices are focused on achieving greater efficiency in their
practice. I think that with MU 2 around the corner though, we will see higher
percentages of the practices that participate in HIEs.

Jay Simmons
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