Could Underperforming EHRs Be Responsible for the Meaningful Use Dropout Rate? – Meaningful Use Network

Despite incentives to implement EHRs, Meaningful Use participation rates have recently been in decline. Some of the key reasons for this has been EHR solutions that do not meet performance expectations, interoperability challenges and poorly defined SLAs for EHR systems before implementation:

After all, let’s not forget the Black Book Rankings survey results which found that almost half of all providers are dissatisfied with their EHR – and that 17 percent had plans to switch vendors in 2013.

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