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24 January 2014
The study, Computerization of primary care medical clinics in Quebec: Results from a survey on EMR adoption, use and impacts explores the results of a 2013 survey. This study was directed at two main types of respondents: physicians practising in private medical clinics that had not invested in an electronic medical record (EMR), and physicians who were using an EMR in support of their day-to-day tasks. The first group provided information on the main reasons why Quebec is lagging behind other Canadian provinces and other countries in EMR adoption, and the second group provided a better understanding of how EMRs are currently being used in Quebec.