This section provides resources and guidance for the selection of an electronic health record (EHR) vendor and product. Tools are available that can be used as part of a structured process to identify and procure the EHR system that fits the functionalities and needs of your center, and which will support developing a mutually beneficial relationship with the software vendor for successful EHR implementation.  Tools and resources are available to help assess organizational readiness and financial resources, and to develop a communication plan, workflow redesign, migration plan, and solicitation and negotiation for EHR vendor selection.  

Identifying and Selecting EHR
EHR Selection
Alyssa Thomas

EHR Selection

10/11 HITEQ Highlights Webinar Transcription

A transcription of the October 11th HITEQ Highlights webinar.

This session will introduce the Resource Set on EHR Selection and Implementation, present the business case, explain both the contents and how it is organized, how to find, and use the resources.  The presentation will go in- depth on contract terms and negotiating strategy tools and the resources describing them. The session may also cover content from “Accessing your Data: Questions to Consider with your EHR Vendor.”

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