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How to buy an EHR

​Originally posted on Behavioral Healthcare Executive

A few times in your career, you get the chance to make a decision that leaves a long-lasting impact on your organization and the people you serve. Choosing an electronic health record (EHR) partner is one of those times. In any behavioral health and human services organization, the EHR is the thread that ties all your work together, from client contact to data gathering and analysis, treatment planning to outcomes measurement, and coding to billing. Analyzing and selecting the right EHR for your organization’s needs takes a methodical, multidisciplinary approach.

In this webinar, speaker Robert Patton shares his insights to ensure you feel confident in your process and preparation for this essential decision.

Participants will learn:

How to know when it’s time to review and possibly replace your EHR

Who needs to be involved in the decision about a new EHR

What you need to know about your organization to make the right decision

Questions should you ask potential vendors

How to plan effectively for timing and budget

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