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The adoption of an Electronic Health Record (EHR) system is an
on-going, complex process. Intended to transform practice
operations, it requires analyzing existing processes, carefully
planning operational changes, and a diligent effort to bring about
Realizing value from an EHR requires customizing it to your own
needs, adjusting practice workflow to make effective use of its
features, and continuously looking for new ways to enhance its
value to your practice through expanding connections, functions and
1. EHR Investigation: Am I Ready? In
this stage practices need to assess their readiness for an EHR
through examination of their clinical and work flow processes - as
well as the skill set of both the clinicians and staff.
2. Selection and Purchase This is a
critical stage. The review and selection of a product, followed by
the negotiation of a contract, will directly impact the success of
your EHR implementation. Time spent on evaluation and negotiation
is well worth the effort.
3. Implementation: Getting Your EHR Up
& Running While every practice will have different needs
and preferences, there are some common issues for which guidance
can be helpful. Practices need to understand existing work flows in
order to determine how this new technology can help improve office
and clinical processes. Try not to adapt the technology to old and
perhaps inefficient work patterns - but rather use the opportunity
to leverage the ability of the EHR and its components to create
efficiencies. The benefits of an EHR are typically demonstrated
over time and across the office functions. While some processes may
be slower at first, if the implementation is done correctly, this
should improve significantly as more experience is gained.
ACP's American EHR has assembled guides, tools and references to
assist you at each stage in the adoption process.