Cloud-based EHRs: Sky's the limit
Cloud-based electronic health records are gaining popularity, especially among small and midsized practices without large internal IT departments. IT staffing is an issue for many healthcare organizations. It's challenging to find someone -- never mind an entire team -- adept at keeping up with regulatory and compliance issues, security, and other requirements while simultaneously meeting day-to-day business needs. Placing that onus on a better equipped, healthcare-focused partner removes a financial and personnel problem, allowing providers to focus on their practices, many healthcare executives say.
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