5 keys to improve EHR return on investment

Achieving Meaningful Use is a necessary component for a positive return on an electronic health record system investment for physicians, but it's not sufficient to drive a "real" return on investment, according to speakers participating on a recent webinar conducted by EHR vendor CareCloud. For a higher return on investment, physicians also should increase patient volume by reducing documentation times, according to Grant Ho, senior director of product marketing at CareCloud. What's more, he said, reducing office friction and inefficiencies with good tasking, charting to cut workloads and seeking higher reimbursement via integration with the a provider's billing software also can help to maximize ROI. – Read the full story from FierceEMR

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