Typical of government programs is that h=the requirements are so diifucult to implement that even the most diligent many time fall short of meeting all of the requirements.
There needs to be a Simplicity Act in which there can be no more than 5 requirements to implement. It shouldn't be that doctors are doojng their best to comply in good faith and then when they get to the end line they will haave EHRs but the government will not hand over the dollars because they only met 14 of the 15 rule. This is the planned bait-and-switch. EHR will be in use widespread but the government will fail to compensate those who implemented them based on fine print.