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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.


The number of physicians prescribing controlled substances grew 359 percent in 2015, according to new data.

John Bender, MD

This Colorado practice switched to a cloud-based EHR and then switched back to a server-based system. Here's the reason why.


Why is one OB/GYN practice dedicated to pulling information from its EHR and other data sources?

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New research from the MGMA indicates that physician-owned multispecialty practices are paying $32,500 per full-time physician for various IT expenses.


This physician says the EHR can be both a source of burnout and frustration as well as a tool that improves work-life balance. Here's how.

Brooks Young, DPM

When Dr. Brooks Young took over his foot and ankle clinic eight years ago, it had paper charts and an outdated billing service. Here's how he updated it.

In our recurring blog "Inbox" we share comments from physicians and practice administrators telling us what keeps them awake at night.


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