Loss of data – when clients or providers happen to have not backed up health records, example the systems might malfunction which may cause losing of health records
Costs of use- Advances in health information technology can be expensive in both implementation and usage. Finding the expenses to invest in training, support, and the physical infrastructure itself can be a common barrier, especially for smaller practices
Unskilled people -Unfortunately, not everyone is on board with the idea of implementing and using computer system. There will be patients and providers along the way that may easily give up on computer systems if there are initial technical malfunctions. Before bringing computer systems into your practice, consider the barrier you may face with patients and co-workers to be ready to face each and every opinion.