How To Avoid Denial-Of-Access Disputes With EHR Vendors

Law360, New York (August 9, 2013, 1:30 PM EDT) -- Various forces are driving providers to make decisions about electronic health record (EHR) system acquisitions to replace current ones. These forces include obsolescence of current hardware or software; a desire to utilize systems certified for “meaningful use” and receive related incentive payments; intense competition among EHR vendors for market share; the drive to develop communication capability for interoperability among all providers in a community; and the need to obtain specially tailored EHR applications for a particular medical service.

The decision to change EHR vendors can be particularly challenging for smaller health centers and physician groups, especially safety-net facilities. Smaller providers may...

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