EMRs improve care and workflow, but also provide ROI

06/27/2007 | Healthcare IT News

Many physician practices and hospitals adopt electronic medical records to help coordinate patient care. But more might adopt them if they looked at return on investment, according to one expert, who contends that billing costs, transcription fees and better charge capture all contribute to measurable annual savings.

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