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How Medical Practices Can Stay Ahead of EHR Adoption

EHR implementation is still the most pressing tech problem for physicians, according to our 2014 Technology Survey, Sponsored by Kareo, but the factors vary among independent and hospital-employed physicians.

Also, check out full results from the 2014 survey of 1,400 medical practices nationwide.

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If driving practice efficiency is in your game plan, technology investments to complement your EHR should be considered.

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EHRs can pose a liability for providers: If used incorrectly or not double checked for accuracy, providers can be at risk for a malpractice lawsuit.

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Without complainers, there is no incentive to rethink the problem and no one to stumble on an alternative.

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Managing an ongoing relationship with your EHR vendor takes time, but it is well worth it. Here are some tips on managing this key relationship.

Consultants and health IT experts share their top advice for physicians participating in the EHR incentive program.

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Communication with your EHR vendor is essential during the implementation and go-live period. Here are some tips to keep your practice connected.

Using available data to identify potential high-risk patients before they become high-cost patients can reap rewards for accountable care organizations.

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