The statement concludes that the EPA’s proposed actions will probably spur major changes in the fuels used by the utility sector – – with greater reliance on cleaner resources such as gas and renewable energy – – and should not present reliability issues. Gregory C. Staple, the CEO of ACSF and a co-author of the survey, said: Although some utility interests suggest that another wave of EPA rules will place an unmanageable burden on the power sector, our review found otherwise. In addition to installing new pollution controls, there are abundant resources of cleaner power open to meet the EPA’s proposed actions, especially considering that a very large numbers of gas-fired power plant life now lie idle much of the time.However the assumption that EHR evolution will mirror the cell phone’s trajectory offers three notable flaws. The EHR is certainly touted as a cost-saving, quality-promoting tool, though cost-conserving projections have already been debunked and data on quality are combined.2 Although we’ve made progress in patient safety only by carefully examining our mistakes, somehow the hazards posed by technology are expected to right themselves. Second, letting the marketplace form usability assumes that clinicians will be the target users. Therefore EHRs will be just as good as the quality metrics they’re made to catch; technology can’t overcome fundamental measurement issues.