Getting ready to get ready for EHRs: measure for success

Susan Childs
Journal of Medical Practice Management: MPM 2011, 27 (2): 98-101
What is the easiest and most efficient way to begin readiness for electronic health records (EHRs) that most support your style of care? Just as you scrub a room before re-painting, steps presented in this article can have your entire staff prepared, trained, and ready to move! Topics covered include options that you can begin now that will "jump start" a successful transition to EHRs. This article will suggest current and future actions along the way to achieve a "win-win" situation as you adopt electronic options while maintaining a partnership of care with your patients.

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