Reduce our national debt by reducing the federal electronic medical records mandate, comment

Your post Reduce our national debt by reducing the federal electronic medical records mandate is right on target. The federal government and President Obama should not be mandating electronic medical records in the way they propose. The medical/nursing community and hospitals know what is best for themselves and their budgets.

I will add that hospitals should pull the reigns on electronic medical records. What I see is fierce competition between hospitals to draw patients. This competition occurred with CAT scans, MRIs, helicopter ports, etc. Just because one hospital in town has the latest item, does not mean the other hospitals in town should follow suit. Sure, time and saving lives are critical things to consider. The money spent could be used in providing some basic and needed items for rural hospitals. This includes providing the personnel needed for some of the rural hospitals. Our rural hospitals have a greater need than our city hospitals.

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July 11, 2011

Reduce our national debt by reducing the federal electronic medical records mandate

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