That's ok though because, as AP pointed out then via ABC...
Studies show electronic medical records help reduce medical errors and improve the quality of patient care. The grant money comes from the economic stimulus passed by Congress last year and is part of a push to get health care providers to adopt electronic record-keeping.
The White House says the awards will help make electronic record-keeping technologies available to more than 100,000 hospitals and primary care physicians by the year 2014 while helping train thousands of people for careers in health care and information technology.
Studies show? Well, let's look into the future via my time machine*, across the pond to the UK and the NHS.
Electronic patient care records will require an "enormous effort" and a "high cost" to fulfil their potential, a study warns.