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To Switch or Not to Switch: A Guide for Community Clinics Considering Changing EHRs To Switch or Not to Switch: A Guide for Community Clinics Considering Changing EHRs

To Switch or Not to Switch: A Guide for Community Clinics Considering Changing EHRs

Developed by the California Health Care Foundation in 2019

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The purpose of this guide is to help CHC leaders weigh the costs and benefits of remaining with their current EHR system (possibly with enhanced functionality) or switching to a different one. It is intended to be useful to all those participating in decisions about EHR systems, not just to technical experts. The guide offers a step-wise approach to asking important questions, making decisions, and moving forward. The appendices describe the types of products and services that are available to CHCs and that are mentioned throughout the guide.

Remote Scribes, Transcription, Talk-to-Type, and Virtual Assistants Remote Scribes, Transcription, Talk-to-Type, and Virtual Assistants

Remote Scribes, Transcription, Talk-to-Type, and Virtual Assistants

Tools for Decreasing Documentation Burden in the EHR; Developed October 2019

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As administrative responsibilities increase, clinical documentation is often the first task to end up suffering. The EHR has created additional administrative burdens on providers such as the need to perform data entry while trying to engage with the patient during the health care visit. Providers have become frustrated and distracted with the documentation requirements, which further hinder...

Health Center EHR Transition

Tips for everything from selection to contract negotiation to implementation.

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The HITEQ Center has a number of EHR transition tools that may be helpful for health centers that are considering a transition from one EHR to another. This resource brings together all these...

EHR Selection

10/11 HITEQ Highlights Webinar Transcription

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A transcription of the October 11th HITEQ Highlights webinar.

SAFER-9 Clinician Communication

The Clinician Communication SAFER Guide identifies recommended safety practices associated with communication between clinicians and is intended to optimize the safety and safe use of EHRs. Processes relating to clinician communication are complex and vulnerable to breakdown.

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