Electronic health record (EHR) implementation

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  • meaningful use stage 1

    Meaningful use stage 1 is the first phase of the United States federal government's meaningful use incentive program, which details the requirements for the use of electronic health record (EHR) systems by hospitals and eligible health care professio... 

  • meaningful use stage 3

    Meaningful use stage 3 is the third phase of the meaningful use incentive program which details the third section of requirements for the use of electronic health record (EHR) systems by hospitals and eligible health care professionals. 

  • meaningful use stage 2

    Meaningful use stage 2 is the second phase of the meaningful use incentive program that details the second phase of requirements for the use of electronic health record (EHR) systems by hospitals and eligible health care providers. 

  • EHR implementation plan

    An electronic health record (EHR) implementation plan is a comprehensive set of strategies and steps used by a health care organization when preparing for and executing the adoption of an electronic-based health care system. 

About Electronic health record (EHR) implementation

The electronic health record (EHR) implementation process can be quite difficult, especially for small health care practices unfamiliar with EHR use. Use these resources to identify the common challenges related to implementing EHR, to develop an EHR implementation plan that works for your staff and to make sure that the transition from paper-based clinical workflow to EHR workflow does not adversely affect physician productivity or patient care.