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Three Common EHR Missteps

If you are having trouble with fully utilizing your EHR, you're not alone. Minor mistakes can cause major problems. Here are three missteps that typically trip up physicians.

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The government's involvement in medicine has made it harder for physicians and staff to stay happy. Here's how to keep things upbeat at your practice.

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Building a trusting relationship with an outside IT consultant is important, as is due diligence.

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Server-based EHRs lend themselves to in-house management. But technology expertise for the employee with that responsibility is key, say experts.

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Uncertainty about the future of the ACA means continued concerns about initiatives already underway.

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A reported 84 percent of independent physicians unsure what MACRA demands of them. Here's three things to know about complying with it.

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Communicating with patients electronically is often easier, but messages can be misinterpreted, leading to frustration.

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If used properly, EHRs can help prevent the opioid epidemic from continuing to grow by managing prescription documents.

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