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Medical Practices Move Health IT To Cloud
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9/13/2013 | 2:02:35 PM
re: Medical Practices Move Health IT To Cloud
I can see why many organizations are leaning towards Cloud Based EHR systems rather than the more traditional EHR systems being offered. The price, and the accessibility make it very attractive for an organization trying to get into the game. What I dont like is the lack of support that is being offered, but as you say, there are always Implementation Consultants for that, and they are usually much more helpful and hands on than any vendor support system.

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David F. Carr
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9/9/2013 | 5:33:55 PM
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Is it likely that the needs of specialist practices will be addressed anytime soon? Or is that already starting to happen for some of the bigger specialties?


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