Tax experts provide insight on meaningful use payments and tax write-offs for EHR-related investments. What do practices have to know before April 15th?
From training to hardware to new population health software, budget time is the right time to make sure your current EHR set up meets the needs of your practice.
Seek out peer organizations for benchmarking and create opportunities for face time with your vendor contacts.
Solicit feedback from physician and non-physician users, and always keep the vendor’s perspective in mind.
Tap your tech-savvy physicians as inside experts and champions while investing time in education and support.
You’ll thank yourself later if you get everything in writing and establish a milestone-based payment schedule.
Long distances to drive and limited access to specialty care can make managing care transitions difficult. Technology can help.
More physician-friendly, easier access to actionable data, and access to real-time claims adjudication are at the top of the EHR wish list in 2016.
Cost, true partnership, and responsiveness to small-to-medium-sized practices are all good reasons to stick with your current EHR vendor
Poor support, integration issues, and acquisition by another vendor are all reasons to consider switching your EHR vendor.