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Nearly all reported hospitals (96%) possessed a certified electronic health record (EHR) technology in 2015. About 85% of hospitals were using at least a basic EHR system with clinical notes, which represents a minimum use of 10 core functionalities determined to be essential to an EHR system. In 2015, over 85% of hospitals were able to send key clinical information electronically. About half of hospitals were able to access and use health information electronically available from provider organizations outside their systems. These findings were reported in “Adoption Of Electronic Health Record Systems Among U.S. Non-Federal Acute Care Hospitals . . .
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