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State-level progress in EHR adoption

In our ongoing look at the variety of different healthcare reform from state to state, here’s a review of several recent EHR developments:

Meanwhile, there’s more skepticism about the potential of EHR to reduce costs. On that topic, it may be worthwhile to revisit this video from last year:

Healthcare reform outside Massachusetts

Massachusetts has been getting a lot of healthcare reform ink, and Kevin Sack penned another article on the topic recently in the New York Times. The attention makes sense given the ambitious universal coverage experiment at work in Massachusetts. But is the media overlooking other instructional examples from elsewhere in the country? Vermont has something interesting going on as well.

We’ll posit several states that deserve consideration based on recent Milliman research: