Make the transition from paper to electronic records a smooth one with these techniques
Recent revisions to the Stark anti-referral rules and the anti-kickback statute could greatly accelerate the adoption of electronic medical record (EMR) systems by physician practices, according to a study released by United Kingdom-based General Electric (GE) Healthcare. GE Healthcare commissioned an independent market research firm to poll 200 U.S. physicians in small, medium, and large practices to identify how Stark has affected their intent to acquire or upgrade EMR systems.
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