The United States has spent a lot of time and money to digitize healthcare records, but the effort has not gotten very far yet. Electronic health records in the United States are supposed to take full effect by 2015. Without that technical backbone, the promise of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act—to provide better healthcare to more people for less money—may fail, according to experts.
Electronic health records still require manual labor
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