In 2014, nearly one fourth (23%) of adult day services centers used electronic health records (EHRs), and fewer than 10% had a computerized system that supported electronic health information exchange with physicians (8%), pharmacies (6%), and hospitals (6%). About one fifth (19%) of residential care communities used EHRs, and 11% had a computerized system that supported electronic health information exchange with physicians, 17% with pharmacies, and 8% with hospitals.
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