Tips for Making EHRs Work for Your Staff and Enable Organizational Goals
A shifting competitive landscape, mergers and acquisitions and divestments are driving the need to implement, configure and reconfigure electronic health record systems faster and with shorter implementation cycles. This is challenging, but also offers multiple opportunities for EHR optimization, chances to improve they systems for better clinical quality and cost efficiencies. The intent of EHR optimization should be viewed as an ongoing performance improvement program, working to get the most benefit possible for an organization’s EHR investment.
Here, five EHR experts offer best practices and tips for making EHRs run optimally so that healthcare provider organizations can make sure the complex healthcare information systems are meeting their specific needs.
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