Electronic Medical Record

  • Assess readiness of the practice: efficient clinical workflows, data collection processes established, computer literate staff, access to high speed internet, financial capital to buy, clinical priorities/needs

  • Review server configuration options, ability to integrate with other products, start up, upgrade and training costs, privacy and security capabilities, backup planning

  • Select or upgrade to new EHR

  • ​Hardware and software installation

  • Customize and configure

  • Testing of systems and interfaces

  • Training of leadership team, providers, and all staff

  • Mock “go-live” with testing of back-up plans

  • Chart abstraction and data migration

  • Implement Patient Portal

Data from the 2011 Physician Workflow study

- In 2011, 54% of physicians had adopted an electronic health record (EHR) system.  About three-quarters of physicians who have adopted an EHR system reported that their system meets federal "meaningful use" criteria.
- Eighty-five percent of physicians who have adopted an EHR system reported being somewhat (47%) or very (38%) satisfied with their system.
- About three-quarters of adopters reported that using their EHR system resulted in enhanced patient care.    Nearly one-half of physicians currently without an EHR system plan to purchase or use one already purchased within the next year..​

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