Is Your EMR Doing Everything it Should?

Over the last five years, Electronic Medical Records (EMR) have garnered increasing interest. There is a growing consensus that the ability to capture structured data, enable clinical decision support, and facilitate the sharing of health information outside of an individual practice environment will be integral to driving better health outcomes.

A recent KLAS study found that 35% of all practices surveyed wanted to replace their EMRs and 43% of large practices (100 or more physicians) are seeking to replace their EMR.

This white paper can help you identify if your EMR is sufficiently meeting your medical needs and can help you select a system and vendor that puts you in a position to smoothly manage the future needs of your patients.