As doctors offices, clinics and hospitals digitize their records, inefficiency lingers when physicians try to share such records with other caregivers using different health information exchanges.
As doctors offices, clinics and hospitals digitize their records, inefficiency lingers when physicians try to share such records with other caregivers using different health information exchanges. File photo by JILL TOYOSHIBA JTOYOSHIBA@KCSTAR.COM
As doctors offices, clinics and hospitals digitize their records, inefficiency lingers when physicians try to share such records with other caregivers using different health information exchanges. File photo by JILL TOYOSHIBA JTOYOSHIBA@KCSTAR.COM

Electronic medical records systems work, but not together

August 19, 2015 06:44 PM

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