Physicians are being hamstrung by the limits of current electronic health record systems, which are missing valuable opportunities to harness available data and predictive analytics to individualize treatment, while sophisticated advances in technology are going untapped.
That’s the conclusion of three Stanford University School of Medicine researchers who railed against the shortcomings of EHRs in a recent commentary in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
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