Stop the 1000 Deaths a Day Pass policy specifically defining and mandating EHR Interoperability

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Timothy Pena
6 years ago
too many die from lack of medical information

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Matthew Nelson
6 years ago
As a rural, solo-practice, family medicine physician at Mores Creek Family Medicine, the lack of EHR interoperability and the insistence on Meaningfull (LESS) Use is an immediate concern to the viability of my practice. Please take a small amount of time to understand this critical issue and its relevance to independent, private practices and the enormous healthcare savings their existence creates.

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Donald Flenoy
6 years ago
I'm taking care of my mom's healthcare needs with multiple doctors. I'm trying to help find a solution.

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Samantha McLemore
6 years ago
This is an important cause that can easily be addressed!

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Thomas Mohr
6 years ago
This is the one benefit that all EMR's need to provide if the goal is to improve care

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Robert Smith
6 years ago
Interoperability is for America's health, it should not be held back.

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Richard Jenson
6 years ago
Faxing records between hospitals is over a decade in the past. Wake UP!

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Peter Elias
6 years ago
As a primary care doc, the family support for a 2 time cancer survivor, and a patient, I have seen up close and frighteningly first hand how easy it is for information locked in silos to result in harm and death. It must stop.

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Dan Pollak
6 years ago
This is also important to be able to keep medical records together when you switch providers or move.

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Nancy Coleman
6 years ago
This is an essential element of the ACA and the interoperability of access to health records is essential.