Electronic Health Records. Based on Alliance for Health Reform Toolkit on Health Information Technology Narrated by Leonel V. Baliton. Credit. For the source see http://www.allhealth.org/Publications /Health_information_technology /health_information_technology_toolkit.asp#keyfacts.
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Electronic Health Records
Based on Alliance for Health Reform Toolkit on Health Information TechnologyNarrated by Leonel V. Baliton
For the source see http://www.allhealth.org/Publications/Health_information_technology/health_information_technology_toolkit.asp#keyfacts
Consumers can maintain a personal health record
From Blumenthal and Glaser, New England Journal of Medicine Vol. 356: 24, June 2007
Clinicians maintain an Electronic Health Record
Health Information Exchanges
This creates a Regional Health Information network
Several RHIOs make up elements of the National Health Information Network
$44,000 per full-time provider
$8,500 annual maintenance
Who Should Pay?
Lack of a business case for HIT
Lack of trained IT personnel
People who understand both the technology and the business
Take Home Lesson
Adoption of Electronic Health Records has been slow