The move from paper-based records to Electronic Health Records (EHR) marches relentlessly on and is becoming an increasingly widespread requirement.
Some EHR systems are easier to implement than others. But even when a health facility chooses a good system that’s appropriate for the size and type of facility, sometimes EHR systems are poorly implemented and become a headache to clinic employees, patients, and even the providers themselves.
This article explores why putting an EHR system into place such that it satisfies site-specific everyday requirements can sometimes go wrong, and how to avoid these pitfalls.
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