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$19.2 billion of stimulus funds have been set aside for doctors and hospitals making the switch to electronic health records. An update on progress to date and why some practitioners are – for now – sticking with paper.
- Dr. Carole Horn internal medicine, private practice
- Dr. C. Martin Harris chief information officer, Cleveland Clinic
- Kurt Roemer chief security strategist at Citrix Systems Inc
- Dr. Don Detmer senior advisor, American Medical Informatics Association
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