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Providers often use electronic medical record (EMR) functions that result in authorship falsification, disabling of auditing functions, and document misattribution without realizing the legal implications of these functions, says Reed D. Gelzer, MD, MPH, founder of Trustworthy EHR, a Newbury, NH-based data quality and information integrity consultancy specializing in the legal aspects of EMRs.

Data integrity failures in EMRs is No. 1 concern