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EHR Implementation

Breaking up is hard to do, but that doesn’t mean you should stay! Don’t let the challenges of implementing a data transfer hold you back from switching to a better pediatric EHR system. It might well be a challenging process, but it will be worth it over the long term. The adoption of electronic health records (EHRs) among pediatricians was already almost 80% in 2012, according to a study by the American Academy of Pediatrics. Many of those practices who implemented EHRs back then are now reaching the point of needing to upgrade their systems. This often means changing software vendors,...

Electronic health record software is consistently updated in order to adjust to the ever-changing and dynamic healthcare and technology worlds. That’s why training must be seen as a consistent commitment, not a one-and-done effort. Regardless of whether you’re going to switch to a new EHR or plan on staying with your current solution, here are five best practices for establishing a culture of ongoing EHR education. Designate a super-user To start, designate a super-user. A super-user is a point person who understands the big picture and sees the entire scope of the practice, particularly how different functions, workflows and data...


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