Surprise – Electronic medical records turn out to potentially add costs rather than reduce them. A 2005 RAND study said digital medical records would save $81 billion a year – a study coincidentally “paid for by a group of companies, including General Electric and Cerner Corporation, that have profited by developing and selling electronic records systems to hospitals and physician practices.” Another key ObamaCare initiative flops – unexpectedly.

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poppajoe49
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Another key ObamaCare initiative flops – unexpectedly.

Unexpectedly to who? Not us, Obama maybe, because he thinks that just because he said it, it will happen.

Progressive Hemrrhoid
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Progressive Hemrrhoid

Still can’t say I’m terribly surprised. Especially when a company as corrupt as GE Healthcare gets involved.

Kip Hooker
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Once again Captain Renault is shocked!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SjbPi00k_ME

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