Urgent care organizations across the country are searching for an EMR system to help them handle growing patient volume, according to a report by KLAS that compared the performance of three EMR vendors in areas including patient safety and efficiency. "The best EMR really depends on the urgent care center. Some value clinician efficiency. Others need top vendor support because they don't have in-house IT. Some need to share patient information with an affiliated hospital. Each urgent care center should examine their facility's needs and then begin vetting vendors and products," says report author Erik Bermudez.
Urgent care centers tap EMRs to address rising patient volume
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