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Conflict in the EMR
For various reasons, billing and clinical documentation in EMRs are often at odds.

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Research by ScalaMed, a mobile prescription system, found that this percentage of survey respondents said they didn't know where all their medical data are stored. Almost 80% said they should own their own health data, and almost one-half of respondents often feel sidelined in the management of their medical records.

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