The transition in the US from fee-for-service to value-based care poses a higher financial risk for health care providers, and legacy EHR systems lack the capability to help providers improve patient outcomes while reducing costs, Dr. Charles Saunders writes. The expense of investing in new EHR systems may seem daunting, but smaller practices can work together and share infrastructure costs as part of an alternative payment model, Saunders writes.
Old EHRs are little help in transition to value-based care, expert says
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