Despite widespread use of electronic health records, a recent survey has found gaps in how information flows between clinicians and also between physicians and their patients.

The survey, conducted by Nielsen Strategic Health Perspectives and sponsored by the Council of Accountable Physician Practices, reveals that health IT is coming up short in supporting the easy flow of information within healthcare, although some of the underlying reasons are not directly related to shortcomings of the technology.

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