Well, at least we got the paperwork right

As of April 2016, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services had paid $34 billion in financial incentives to service providers for implementing electronic health record (EHR) systems.  has had any measurable effect on population mortality, morbidity, or life expectancy in the United States.  The financial and clinical benefits predicted from shifting to EHRs have also largely failed to materialize  [Journal American Medical Assn. July 28, 2016]

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