Well written, but lacks substance. Focusing on EHR, of all things, fails to underscore what actually impacts patients. Will having doctors do less paperwork actually help them get to the bedside more? No. If we got rid of the paperwork (never going to happen in our lawsuit-happy society), will we still be paying doctors the same amount for less work? Yes. Are we are already paying too much for “innovation” in drugs that actually do very little and “transparency” in care that is all on-line and never at the bedside? Yes.
I agree completely with the comment below: an disingenuous article indeed. A conversation on healthcare “disruption” without talking about insurance or pharma is just blathering.