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Save Your Sanity with EHR Tips & Tricks

No longer reliant upon paper, files and folders, practices have been freed by EHR technology to practice medicine how, when and where they want. Join AdvancedMD in this three-part series as we look at how an EHR revolutionizes the way you practice medicine. We’ll look at what makes a good EHR, tips and tricks to marrying your EHR to your practice and how you can customize EHR templates to meet your practice needs.

The second recorded presentation shares EHR tips and tricks you can use immediately. Whether saving clicks, automating reports, or leveraging the patient portal this webinar will help you get to know your EHR system while saving your time and sanity!


Topic: EMR/EHR | Content Type: Webinars

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