John Lynn cites a reader’s comment stating that meaningful use is easy in itself, however many of the issues with compliance center around how time consuming it is. He explains that slow performance is causing EHR system rejection by doctors and physicians:
Doctors don’t want to become data entry clerks. Unfortunately, the meaningful use requirements often have this affect on doctors. I fear that this will create a cohort of doctors who hate their EHR. Most doctors won’t be able to separate the technology from the regulations. For them it will always be the software’s fault.