Can the EHR Save Private Practice?

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More:

  1. The Percentage of Office-Based Doctors with EHRs
  2. Do Nurses like EHRs?
  3. EHRs – Still Not Ready For Prime Time
  4. The “Price” of eHRs

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One Response

  1. EHRs

    From what I see, electronic medical records are a mess … the whole system. EHR is supposed to be a tool that helps, that streamlines a business and makes it more efficient. I have not found that to be true. EHR has created headaches that have nothing to do with care.

    Often, the basis of a lawsuit has to do with the charting issues. Prior to EHR, the way doctors and patients communicated was different. There are issues with “autofill” items. There are also times when staff members put something in the records inadvertently, or do not remove something that should be removed between visits. Physicians need to be on guard with their EHRs.

    Jennifer White, Esq via Ann Miller RN MHA
    [PMNews August 25, 2015 #5,454]

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