- Why is it any of Obama’s damn business?
- I haven’t noticed a reduction in paperwork as a result of computing.
- There are normal computing issues magnified by the sensitivity of the data.
Earlier some doctor interviewed on another NPR program said he would love medical records, and that they would save him money — and that the government should pay for them because the tools are too expensive.
If they are too expensive for you to buy in order to reduce your costs then they are not saving you money. The only way the cost-benefit analysis comes out in your favor is if you don’t have to pay for it.
And so I view this, like many other things, as simply yet another power grab.