EMR: Lessons from Small Physician Practices

   Posted by: dhcsoul   in EMR

Your first time here? Welcome, I'm glad you've dropped in.... David Soul (aka Bricoleur)

In this posting on CanadianEMR, University of California, San Francisco (avaialble at Electronic Medical Records: Lessons from Small Physician Practices ).

The paper includes reviews of:

costs versus benefit
the differences of benefits realized by five different types of physician users
the fact that the technology differences in packages do not fully explain the different results between different physician experiences

As Dr Brookstone notes this is an excellent description of  issues faced by physicians in
small practices and many the lessons likely hold true in other locales….
You can find his comments at:

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