Reduce our national debt by reducing the federal electronic medical records mandate, comment


I think it is about time our federal government has become involved with electronic medical records. There are too many numerous times when access to medical records is slow or not available. We need these health care records for court and other legal matters. There has been times when legal cases were not upheld for the innocent when the health care records were not found or arrived late. The medical records side of health care is something I am not proud of. I can say this because I am a health care worker. Thank you President Barack Obama for taking a firm stand in helping us get our house in order.

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July 11, 2011
Reduce our national debt by reducing the federal electronic medical records mandate

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