Study: Physician Groups to Invest More in Ambulatory EHRsWritten by Bob Herman | June 17, 2011
A recent study showed that nearly 63 percent of physician groups would replace their current practice management system for a more integrated electronic health record system, according to a news release from research firm CapSite.
The Ambulatory EHR and PM Study, which surveyed more than 1,300 physician groups, also found that efficiency is the number one reason free-standing physician groups are buying EHR systems, and the ambulatory EHR and PM solutions market is projected to reach $3 billion, the news release said.
Read the news release on physician group EHR adoption.
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