EHR satisfaction

Three EHR challenges hindering value-based reimbursementHere are 3 EHR-related challenges that are impeding the advancement of IT support for value-based reimbursements.
The challenges of switching EHRsDespite widespread unhappiness, surprisingly few practices say they plan to change their EHR system. Here’s why.
Attempting to solve EHR errors is an impossibly doomed missionEHR errors and MOC frustrations are the hot topics of this issue's Your Voice.
Best EHRs: Physician reviewedMedical Economics put questions about EHRs to experts and consultants in the field of health information technology. Their answers fall into two broad, interrelated categories: The products themselves, and the ways they are purchased and used. Read the results of our EHR survey.
Small practices lead the way on EHRsThe results of a 2015 Medical Economics survey on health information technology shows the surprising result that smaller, independent practices are not at a disadvantage in IT. They may actually be leading the way.
Avoiding an EHR-related malpractice suitAs electronic health record use grows, physicians must take steps to protect themselves from liability
Find the right EHR for your practicePhysicians who consider changing EHRs can take steps to ensure the next system meets their needs
Disconnected, part 2: New interoperability approaches offer promise and challengesAlthough the interoperability of electronic health records (EHRs) currently is very limited, several moves are afoot to improve it.
More trouble for EHRs?Two new studies highlight shortcomings of Meaningful Use program and doctors’ dissatisfaction with technology
Three ways to get the most out of your EHREHR technology may not be the greatest, but it is a necessary part of most medical practices. Here are three ways to make it work better.