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EHR Accuracy Remains Problem, CHIME Says
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jaysimmons
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jaysimmons,
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2/8/2013 | 10:25:53 PM
re: EHR Accuracy Remains Problem, CHIME Says
With 2014 just around the corner it certainly is troubling to see these inaccuracies when it comes to quality measure reporting. Vendors and users have to come to work together to iron out the errors in the reports and hopefully a solution can be achieved in time. Certainly if CMS were to expand on its volunteer pilot program it would help in readiness assessment. Pinpointing the problems and finding the solutions is vital in providing accurate quality measures.

Jay Simmons
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JEngdahlJ
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2/1/2013 | 4:13:56 PM
re: EHR Accuracy Remains Problem, CHIME Says
Business intelligence can help hospitals get a better return on investment for their electronic health records. http://www.healthcaretownhall....
Laurianne
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1/31/2013 | 5:41:41 PM
re: EHR Accuracy Remains Problem, CHIME Says
Am I the only health consumer who is starting to feel like EHRs could turn into a technology failure on the order of yesteryear's costly ERP disasters? Except in this case there is a lot of taxpayer money at stake, too.

Help us shape our EHR coverage. What are the issues about EHRs that you would like us to drill down on the most?

Thanks--
Laurianne McLaughlin
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