Nearly ten years after the passage of the American Reinvestment & Recovery Act that modernized infrastructure, electronic medical records (EMRs) have become standard. In fact, over 99% of hospitals and 60% of office-based physicians now rely on EMRs.
How can the medical industry make it easier for patients to access their own medical records? And how can the insurance sector leverage EMRs to make smarter decisions about life insurance, health insurance and claims management? Read the full analysis in the article at The Actuary.