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PPV: Consider these five areas where your EHR implementation efforts could fall short

HIM-HIPAA Insider, November 27, 2007

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Approximately one-third of organizations that begin an EHR implementation never achieve the paperless state they hope for, says Charles Parker, vice president and chief technology officer at Masspro in Waltham, MA.

How can you avoid a similar fate? Consider five areas that can help you keep your implementation efforts from falling short.

Editor's note: For more information on ways to avoid common EHR implementation obstacles as well as helpful hints for organizational redesign that will improve your chances for a successful implementation click here. Subscribers to Electronic Health Records Briefing can read the full article in the December 2007 issue. You can also purchase this article for $10 by clicking on the link above.

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