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EHRs Must Solve Real Problems
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David F. Carr
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David F. Carr,
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2/14/2014 | 12:59:33 PM
Who is happy with their EHR?
If you have had a better experience with your EHR (and don't feel like you've been drafted as a beta tester), what do you like about it? What makes the difference?
anon8918833055
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anon8918833055,
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2/17/2014 | 5:21:02 AM
EHR Software
I am glad to see someone elaborating the critical aspects of EHR systems. However, we are already witnessing a marked improvement in such EHR systems which can best be explained by the medical software of Summit Planners Technology that has received rave reviews for its user-friendliness and host of other functionalities.
dentdavi
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dentdavi,
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2/17/2014 | 10:53:56 AM
Re: EHR Software
Certainly things have improved some since implementation, but, in my little part of the world, we seem to be quite a distance from the functionality advertised by vendors. We will get there. Perhaps your product is a step in the right direction. It appears to deserve a look.


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