EMRs are good for your practice — really
1. It is too expensive to switch from what I have to an EMR. Some estimates are as high as $ 80,000 to $ 100,000 in acquiring the hardware and software, training the office personnel and reducing the number of patients seen while the changeover takes place.
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The Rocky Road to Proper Physician Documentation
Customizing an EMR for a facility generally requires someone with both clinical and IT skills. Cutting and pasting has become the preferred method (versus original notes and thought processes). Free texting can have its drawbacks for clinicians lacking …
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