Doctors using fully implemented EHRs report lower costs, higher productivity

Most physicians who have fully implemented EHR systems see lower costs and increased productivity, an MGMA survey finds.

Ambulatory-care physicians who have implemented an electronic health-record system are largely satisfied with their purchases, and their satisfaction increases if they have their EHR systems optimized, according to data from a survey by the Medical Group Management Association. To view that survey, click here.

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