EHR Case Studies
Read the stories and examples of electronic health record implementations by physicians, practices, and organizations. Have you, your practice, or your organization implemented electronic health records? Do you have a story of how you’ve helped to create a new innovation in health care? We’d like you to share your story with us. After internal review, your story may be published to inspire other providers and organizations to become meaningful users of electronic health records (EHRs). Let’s learn together.
Email us your story at firstname.lastname@example.org. If the story has been published, be sure to include the name and date of the publication and a link to the article. Read our disclaimer.
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