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Study: Current EMRs not good for care coordination

One of the goals of meaningful use and all the related federal spending of health IT is for EMRs to improve care coordination. But the current reimbursement system that’s heavy on fee-for-service encourages software developers and users alike to focus on documentation of billable events rather than coordination of care, a new study finds.

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