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4 Ways to Tell if Your Practice Administrators EHR is an Adolescent

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EHR admin guideEHR technology has matured rapidly, but may have skipped some areas of your practice.

Many EHR systems sprang up and matured quickly in the high growth of healthcare technology over the past 20 years. But not all grew up to be equally capable, creating frustrations for many practice administrators. If your EHR sometimes acts like an unruly teen, you may be behind the technology maturity curve. How do you know? These four key measures will tell you if your EHR is mature and at the leading edge, or lagging behind.


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