EHR investments slowing down as hospitals cite high costs, study finds

If you’re wondering why sometimes medical imaging devices aren’t being funded, this looks like a possible reason.  Hospitals spent nearly $25 billion globally on electronic health records in 2017 and that is projected to increase to $33 billion by 2023 but signs are also emerging EHR spending is starting to slow down, according to a report from Allied Market Research.

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