Using an electronic health record (EHR) is the first step to improved health care for your clients. It also allows organizations to provide efficient, coordinated care.
Fast-evolving legislation and standards require that health care organizations provide better care for less cost – and report on outcomes and meet clinical quality measures. As part of this evolution, providers should calculate the cost of non-implementation (or less than optimal implementation) of an EHR. This assessment is critical in deciding if your organization should be in the market for a new EHR and other supporting care coordination solutions. A quality EHR implementation should have concurrent positive impact on the clinical, operational and financial aspects of your agency.
Industry research shows that more than half of all first-time EHR implementations fail. What’s keeping your organization from becoming a statistic?
In this whitepaper, five key values to keep in mind when determining what software solution provider will become your new (next) strategic partner.