7ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHYtechnological adoption in healthcare are positive. However, there is some dissatisfaction with EHRs by some healthcare providers which create barriers.Dean,B., Lam, J., Natoli, J., Butler, Q., Nordyke, R., (2009). Use of Electronic Medical Records for Health Outcomes Research. Medical Care Research and Review, (66)6, 611-638. Available from: The authors of this article are all great in their fields and enjoy research. Dean is employed by the Cerner Corporation in California as the Director of Research. Lam is a Senior Evidence Consultant at Kaiser Permanente in Los Angeles. She graduated from Emory University. Natoli is currently at Kaiser Permanente Southern California in the Evidenced-Based Medicine Services Unit. He is the Senior Consultant. Butler is a scientific researcher at the Dental Office of Atlanta and graduated from Alabama A&M University Graduate School. Nordyke graduated from Rand Graduate School and is currently employed at EconStat Consulting. His specialty is pharmaceuticals. In this journal the authors reflect and debate, the pros and cons of adding electronic health records systems to hospitals and healthcare facilities. They use a lot of evidence to support the implementation of these systems. Discussing how an EHR will change medical practices and patient care. Electronic medical records are used to decrease hospital expenditures. “Patients are quoted saying that these new systems make them feel more involved with the whole process.”Ketikidis, P., Dimitrovski, T., Lazuras, L., & Bath, P. A. (2012). Acceptance of health information technology in health professionals: An application of the revised technology acceptance model. Health informatics journal, 18(2), 124-134.