Tips for how to save a failed EMR project
It's uncertain how many physician practices have abandoned their attempts to implement an EMR system and gone back to their old way of doing things, wasting valuable time and money. If you find yourself on the verge of following the same path, our experts urge you to reconsider. Knowing that your practice made a huge investment is reason enough to take another stab at implementing the EMR system, says Tom Landholt, MD, medical director of health IT (HIT) at Masspro in Waltham, MA.
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