Health Care IT: Process, People, Patients and Interdisciplinary Considerations
Despite this great promise, the impact of IT on healthcare over the past decade has so far been modest. Currently, almost 80 percent of physicians-the majority in small, independent practices - lack even rudimentary digital records. Where electronic records do exist, they are typically limited in functionality and poor in interoperability. As a result, the ability to integrate electronic health information about a patient and exchange it among clinical providers remains the exception rather than the rule.
Cobb Payton, Fay, "Health Care IT: Process, People, Patients and Interdisciplinary Considerations" (2014). AIS Journal Club Webinars. 3.