Have electronic medical records (EMR) improved your practice?

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Computerized healthcare systems are becoming increasingly more difficult to ignore for physicians and medical professionals. However, with paper-based records still the most common method for recording patient information, the effectiveness of electronic medical records (EMR) is still a matter of scrutiny. Some may feel that transitioning from a paper-based system to an electronic database can be overly and unnecessarily cumbersome.

Be sure to read our guide on transitioning to electronic health records.

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