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The Future of the EHR - Collaborate, Connect, Communicate 

By Netsmart

"Electronic health records will no longer be just a tool to collect and store data. The future of EHR is the backbone of a new collaborative network." – Matthew Arnheiter, Senior Vice President, Innovations, Netsmart

Why and how is the role of electronic health record systems (EHRs) changing? It needs to follow the strategic needs of provider organizations—with strategic advantage going to the low cost, consumer-oriented, value-focused provider.

What does that mean for the future of healthcare IT? OpenMinds CEO Monica Oss shares about the roles that EHRs will take in the future, featuring insights from Netsmart Senior Vice President Matthew Arnheiter. Read more at OpenMinds.

 

 

 

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