Smaller hospitals ditch EHRs, but still not happy

"The year 2011 saw incredible churn in the community hospitals EMR market," according to a new brief from KLAS Research. More than 200 small hospitals (fewer than 200 beds) changed or replaced their EHR system. One of the primary reasons for this change is economic pressures on the hospitals, causing them to join integrated delivery systems and adopting the EHR of the larger organization. However, many of the hospitals are dissatisfied with their new system. --Read the full article on FierceEMR