EHR replacement

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EHR Replacement: Addressing Data Ownership And Migration

Jennifer Bresnick | EHR Intelligence | April 4, 2014

In many cases, an EHR replacement ends up being even more complicated than an initial implementation.  Clinicians now have a laundry list of complaints about the first system and may be vocal in demanding specific changes that a new EHR must include.

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Federal Prisons Seek Advanced EHR, Clinical Decision Support

Jennifer Bresnick | EHR Intelligence | June 3, 2014

The Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) is looking to replace its basic EHR with a more robust commercial offering, according to a request for information (RFI) posted on this week.  The BOP is specifically looking for clinical decision support capabilities to serve its 219,000 federal inmates and more than 400 physicians at its standard prisons and advanced care facilities...

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Nurses Not Happy With Hospital EHRs

Mike Miliard | Healthcare IT News | October 20, 2014

'A poorly implemented EHR with chaotic processes and bungling IT support is becoming a detriment to hospital nurse retention and recruitment'...

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Replacement EHR Trend

John Lynn | EMR & EHR | June 10, 2013

[...] One trend we knew was coming is the replacement EHR trend, so I was quite interested when I saw the tweet above that said that 31% of EHR buyers are purchasing a replacement EHR. That’s a huge number and up from the previous 10% replacement EHRs in 2010. Read More »

Selecting An EHR Replacement: Necessary Or Necessary Evil?

Mark Anderson | EHR Intelligence | December 2, 2013

Provider organizations and physician practices continue to change their EHR systems at a staggering pace. Recent estimates suggest between 30 and 50 percent of current EHR sales are for replacements of existing systems. [...] Read More »