Bill Clinton Backs Electronic Health Records
PC World
Electronic medical records could cut US$100 billion of administrative costs of the U.S. health-care system, on which Americans spend $800 billion per year, Clinton said, referring to a McKinsey & Co. study. An EMR bill backed in the U.S. Senate by his wife, Senator Hillary Clinton of New York, and former Republican Senate leader Bill Frist failed despite three years of bipartisan effort, Clinton said.