OK, so there’s a study to back up any statement you may want to make about EHRs. 

Last week, it was: EHRs don’t improve outcomes.  This week, it’s: EHRs save money over time.  This week’s study was based on a much smaller sample size, and the major cost savings was on staff time spent pulling charts.  Both studies were limited to ambulatory care settings.

David Harlow