Executing Best Practices for EMR Implementation

About 39% of medical offices in the U.S. have adopted EMR technology, according to SK&A. With Medicare and Medicaid incentive payments now available to physician practices and hospitals who make Meaningful Use of such technology, that number is expected to rise over the next several years. But what about the practices who have not yet embarked on the journey toward EMR implementation? What’s holding them back? And where should they turn for help in managing the transition from paper-based records to electronic systems? Download this white paper to learn more about EMR implementation best practices.

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