Some legal experts say a nearly $1 billion class action lawsuit filed against electronic health records vendor eClinicalWorks could be the first of many cases scrutinizing the data integrity issues of EHR vendors. Others, however, contend that those filing such lawsuits will face many hurdles. For more information visit: https://www.healthcareinfosecurity.com/1-billion-lawsuit-focuses-on-ehr-data-integrity-concerns-a-10463
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