When the Health Information Technology Economic and Clinical Health Act was signed into law, the iPad had not yet been invented, and a tenth of the country was still using dial-up internet access. Today, nearly 90 percent of physician offices use electronic health records.
When the Health Information Technology Economic and Clinical Health Act was signed into law, the iPad had not yet been invented, and a tenth of the country was still using dial-up internet access. Today, nearly 90 percent of physician offices use electronic health records. Runstudio Getty Images
When the Health Information Technology Economic and Clinical Health Act was signed into law, the iPad had not yet been invented, and a tenth of the country was still using dial-up internet access. Today, nearly 90 percent of physician offices use electronic health records. Runstudio Getty Images

Doctors are drowning in data entry as health IT policy lags

March 09, 2018 12:00 PM