The health problem of Health Information Technology has been witnessed in rural Ohio in the recent past. In this case, there has been poor management of the health information in most rural health centers in rural Ohio; thus raising a potential threat to the health and lives of the natives. In this regard, the quality, efficiency, and safety of health delivery system has been compromised. Most of the patients being referred to these rural health centers have ended up not being attended of experienced a lot of delays in the processes of being served. An issue of major concern has also been raised on the deaths being recorded in these rural areas and more so from minor health complications. With the current problems in the health systems, it has been difficult to improve health care quality alongside preventing minor medical errors. With this information crisis in rural Ohio, the cost of health care has remained very high. On the other hand, there is a lot of paper work with the old information handling and administrative inefficiencies (Barlet, 2004).