A recent survey found that nearly 14 percent of medical practices struggle with EHR adoption and implementation. And another 13 percent have difficulties meeting meaningful use (MU) requirements.
To further reinforce just how much physicians are grappling to find the right fit, nearly 40 percent of those surveyed have already purchased two or more EHRs. Given the high cost of implementation and training – estimated between $15,000 and $70,000 per provider – switching EHRs can be a costly endeavor.
So if you find yourself needing to make a switch, how can you make the most of this substantial investment?Read More