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Adoption of Health Information Technology by physicians in the US has progressed at a very slow pace. This observation holds true for both inpatient and ambulatory technology. A KLAS survey from 2006 reported only 17% of participating facilities of greater than 200 beds had implemented a Computerized Physician Order Entry (CPOE) solution.1 On the ambulatory side, a 2007 government survey indicated approximately 29% of physicians were utilizing an EMR system.
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