Examine assignment, termination clauses before signing EHR license agreement that could jeopardize your data
Editor's note: This Q&A is part two of this "Ask the advisor" column, which covers clauses that dictate termination of an electronic health records (EHR) agreement and the ensuing use of vital practice data to track provider reimbursement and negotiate managed care contracts. Part one, which addressed entering and maintaining an EHR license agreement, appeared in the November issue. This response is an expression of opinion or informal guidance and is not intended as legal advice. Please consult with an attorney who is familiar with your circumstances.
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