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Maureen McKinney of Modern Healthcare elaborates on the results of a recent Markle survey giving insight on what groups are most accepting of EHRs.
iHealthBeat looks at the low percentage (only 14%) of physicians who are “very familiar” with the meaningful use incentive program, according to a recent Markle survey.
EHR Watch blogger, Patty Endrado, shares findings from the Markle Survey of Health in a Networked Life released on January 31, 2011.
Nicole Lewis of Information Week shares findings from the recent Markle survey regarding how doctors and consumers want technology to play a role in health care.
Joseph Goedert of Information Management writes about the conclusions from a recent Markle survey regarding health information sharing.
Joseph Goedert of Health Data Management writes about the conclusions from a recent Markle survey regarding health information sharing.
iHealthBeat concludes from a recent Markle survey that 85% of patients described themselves as being unfamiliar with the federal incentive payment program.
Government Health IT references Markle's survey results to discuss needed requirements for ensuring that federal health IT incentives are well spent.
Blogger Jane Sarasohn-Kahn elaborates on Markle survey findings that indicate most people support using health IT to improve the health care system.
Modern Healthcare discusses Markle's survey results indicating doctors and patients' agreement on health IT priorities such as data sharing and payment incentives.
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