Medical Economics September 27, 2022
Julie McGuire RN, MSN

Even during market disruptions, physicians need to create efficiencies, cut costs, and boost financial stability.

Electronic health record (EHR) optimization is about to get more challenging, but there are ways for organizations to prepare now. With a potential economic downturn still looming, a labor shortage in professional services and continued supply chain disruptions, overhauling, enhancing, or implementing an EHR system may seem daunting. Physicians, provider operations executives, and revenue cycle leaders should be aware that optimizing these systems is critical for creating operational efficiencies, reducing high administrative costs, and improving financial stability. There are a variety of ways to get the most out of your EHR system, but here are some ways to optimize your organization’s EHR system during a...

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