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Because Breaking Up With Your EHR Partner Isn’t Hard To Do…

Published on July 29, 2013 By EHRblogger

Here are the top 9 reasons why 31.2% of medical providers are moving on to a better relationship with a new EHR partner.

Analyzing 2013 as the “Year of the Great EHR Vendor Switch”

Published on March 26, 2013 By EHRblogger

Healthcare and Information Technology are two dynamic industries that directly impact providers on a daily basis. In this post, I would like to analyze some fascinating research and commentary from Healthcare IT authors that spend their lives deciphering flaws in the Healthcare Information Technology industry. Susan Hall of FierceEMR believes 2013 could be the “Year [...]

EHR Decisions, Decisions…

Published on February 28, 2013 By EHRblogger

We all face daily decisions—from what to wear to the complexities of selecting a mutual fund for our 401k. It’s all about making the best informed choice at the right time. It is so important when practices assess EHRs—a decision so fundamental to their success—that they use the utmost due-diligence and reasoned consideration. Yet time [...]

How to Keep an EHR in 10 Ways

Published on February 24, 2012 By EHRblogger

In the movie How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, starlet Kate Hudson makes every mistake a woman can make to drive a man away, while heartthrob Matthew McConaughey does just the opposite—he makes all the right decisions and compromises to make the relationship work. Now, imagine the protagonists are an EHR and a [...]

Top 10 EHR Topics of 2011

Published on January 20, 2012 By EHRblogger

It has been a productive year for our blog, leaving us with a great deal of enthusiasm for 2012. But before we move forward, we’d like to share the most popular EHR and EMR topics of 2011. Here are 10 of our most memorable and popular posts of 2011: 10) EMR and EHR: Where Are [...]