Factors to consider when purchasing a new EHR system

07/8/2013 | MedCityNews.com

Providers should identify specific needs and look at the deficiencies of their present EHR system before purchasing or subscribing to a new one, writes Mary Brislin, a partner in the Philadelphia office of Citrin Cooperman. Brislin writes that practices should take into account important considerations such as the time needed to train staff, the total conversion time, upfront fees and overall costs. She adds that practices should look ahead and ensure that the new platform will enhance efficiency and offer added benefits to patients.

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