Providers of mental health and substance abuse treatment were frozen out of a $27 billion federal fund for conversion of medical records from paper to electronic form. That doesn’t make sense to them — or to their clients. So now they’re fighting for a piece of the pie on Capitol Hill.
A Center video takes a look at the controversy — on the front lines and in the corridors of power.
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