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One Size Fits None

Published on March 7, 2013 By EHRblogger

In my world of technical implementations, no two clients or projects are the same. Even within the same practice, each individual client is unique and values different things. In a perfect setting, this would translate into a tailored EHR implementation approach, which focuses on the needs of each provider rather than a single practice-wide workflow. [...]

The Social Media Guru Says: Don’t Just Advertise—Engage Your Audience

Published on February 26, 2013 By EHRblogger

Social media is an interactive marketing channel—think of it like a telephone. You would never ignore calls when people contact your practice. So why ignore their posts, comments or tweets? To effectively use social media, it’s important to stay engaged and interact with other users. According to the New York Times article, Can Social Media [...]

Holiday Treat: 12 Reps of EHR and What They Recommend

Published on December 8, 2011 By EHRblogger

Tis’ the season for sharing and giving! We asked 12 of our sales reps to pick the 1 most important item they’d recommend for clients to consider when purchasing and/or selecting an EHR. Here they are: Technical Training: EHR implementation success is all about the adaptability and involvement of staff on all technical levels. Have [...]

EHR Usability: 5 Essential Elements

Published on August 25, 2011 By EHRblogger

There are so many points that you can focus your attention on during an EHR demonstration, but none is more important than functionality and ease of use. Although the extras that are offered can make great show-stoppers in software demonstrations, they won’t guarantee implementation success or EHR adoption in your practice. So what guarantees EHR [...]

10 EHR Benefits That Will Get Your Doctors on the EHR Bandwagon

Published on August 18, 2011 By EHRblogger

Even with the government’s EHR incentives (and eventual penalties for not implementing a certified EHR), many doctors across the country remain undecided about going down the EHR path. But there are more and more reasons to get off the fence and onto the bandwagon, since so many improvements come with implementing the right EHR in [...]