Converging outcomes in nationally shareable electronic health records (NEHRs): An historical institutionalist explanation of similar NEHR outcomes in Australia, England and the United States of America
The adoption of nationally shareable electronic health records (NEHRs) in Australia, England and the United States became major policy and political issues between c1998 and 2015. They continue to be so. As a policy issue, the benefits of ehealth, and subsequently NEHRs as mechanisms for institutional change, were rhetorically popular. Politically however, the development, implementation and regulation of NEHRs proved to be difficult and fraught with criticism from nearly all ehealth...[Show more]
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