About 76% of non-federal acute-care hospitals reported having an electronic health record system in 2014, according to a report released today by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology. That’s up from 59% in 2013 and an eight-fold increase since 2008, the agency said. At least half of non-federal hospitals in all states reported having at least a basic EHR system, and more than one-third of hospitals were using more advanced EHR functionality. Nearly all hospitals (97%) reported having a certified EHR technology, up 35% since 2011. The data are from the 2014 Information Technology Supplement to the AHA Annual Survey.