30
Mar

The Impact of EMR on Staff

   Posted by: dhcsoul   in EMR

Alan Brookstone has noted that it is not unusual to have a high turnover of staff in the early stages of implementing an EMR system.  Although there is only one reply to his posting in CanadianEMR, this is one of the few references ‘in the literature’ to this problem so here is the link: http://emruser.typepad.com/canadianemr/2004/03/the_impact_of_e.html

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