The FPM Survey of Family Physicians Who Have Changed EHR Systems

Adler, Kenneth G.; Edsall, Robert L.
July 2014
Family Practice Management;Jul/Aug2014, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p18
Academic Journal
The article offers information on a "Family Practice Management" survey involving family doctors who have decided to change their electronic health record (EHR) systems. Topics covered include the pressure faced by practitioners to computerize medical records and clinical processes, computerization efforts of physicians and satisfaction of doctors about their EHR platforms. Also mentioned is the difficulty of choosing the best EHR system.


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