According to an article from iHealthbeat states, “with the move over to EHRs could raise the fraud in the health care system.” Fraud with health care costs in the United States about $100 billion dollars. The top common type of fraud is identity theft. However, identity theft is on a rise due to some many applications that can be done on the internet and the information people put out there on themselves. In order to keep fraud low training must be provided that shows staff how to log in and out of patient records. IT department has recommenced staff change passwords every 30 days and advise when leaving a patient room logging out of a system completely. The government is pushing for more research, security to insure, and guarantee the safety of EHRs once every hospital in the United States merges over to this new technology.For any hospital or doctors, office to implement an EHR there needs to be a team put together that can review all available data on the EHR system that will be used. Implementing a new system such as EHR takes time, can be complex, and needs hands on training. An important implementation is will the hospital or doctors office go paperless immediately or use paper back up until the hospital or doctors office is can afford to phase out paper back up completely.