Rip-and-replace EHRs are often no better than the originals
from By Scott E. Rupp
Just the facts, please. And the facts show those organizations that have ripped and replaced their electronic health records have gained little in the way of productivity or satisfaction for doing so. Thus says a new report from Florida-based research firm Black Book. The firm paints a picture using reviews compiled since the EHR replacement frenzy went into fifth gear around 2013, comparing comments from then to current 2016 feedback.
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