EHRs are, at their simplest, digital versions of patients’ paper charts. But they can be so much more than that, especially when operating at maximum strength. Some of the early adapters are finding their old EHR system is not capable of keeping up with their current-day requirements, and are actually beginning to cause more administrative pain than they alleviate. Due to the updated regulatory requirements or increased practice needs, their initial EHR choice might be causing a series of difficulties.
Many are planning EHR replacement options within the next few years. Click here to learn some questions to ask to help determine whether it might be time for an EHR replacement at your practice, and how you can begin realizing the benefits of an EHR in your practice.