Thursday, October 11 | EHR Solutions and Operations

Finding the Right EHR to Bring Your Strategy to Life

By Netsmart

Choosing an electronic health record (EHR) is an extensive undertaking for many provider organizations. It requires staff member involvement at all levels, not to mention an examination of current workflows and future projects. In order to make this process seamless and efficient, it’s important to work with an EHR partner who understands your organization’s mission and mirrors your goals. In this OPEN MINDS Knowledge Partner Article, learn how two organizations chose a partner to help their blueprint come to life. Read about CPC Behavioral Healthcare and Westminster-Canterbury On Chesapeake Bay’s journey to a selecting an EHR partner here.

 

 

 

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