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A case for EHR: 5 myths of remaining status quo

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When considering EHR, practices often remain status quo because it seems easier and less expensive than adopting change—but this way of thinking is shortsighted and could drain thousands in profits—up to $42,000 per year, per physician. Learn the five myths of remaining status quo, why you may being held back, and the impact to your bottom line.


Topic: EMR/EHR | Content Type: eGuides

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