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Doctors Slow to Adopt E-Records for Patients
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Oct. 12, 2006
Excerpt: About one in four doctors use some form of electronic health records, suggesting that a technology frequently billed as a way to improve the quality and efficiency of care has yet to win widespread acceptance, according to a study released yesterday.

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