Ambulatory electronic medical records for large practices

Jared Peterson, Stacilee Whiting
Healthcare Quarterly 2008, 11 (1): 122-5
In summary, providers and vendors alike have made great strides in EMR adoption among physicians in large-scale ambulatory practices. However, there is still work to be done in the areas of physician use, adoption obstacles, workflow and physician satisfaction. As vendors continue to enhance EMR technology, advance workflow and solve challenges with integration and physician acceptance, adoption will grow and providers will be even closer to their specific efficiency, safety and effectiveness goals.

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