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The Doctor's Office, April 2008

Inside:

Tips for how to save a failed EMR project

Consider a management system to enhance productivity

Learn lessons to successfully plan, train for your EMR

Patient-responsible, education-driven technology

Ways to make your practice Web site patient-friendly

The breakroom (PDF only)

Essential skills needed to become a successful physician leader

Work yourself happy: Eight tips to improve personal time

Semiretirement plan: How to slow down in a group practice

Not just for NASA: Doctors blast off into world of telemedicine

Doctors have no excuse to ignore available information

How do we print a 'complete record' from an EMR?


Tips for how to save a failed EMR project

Find and fix the factors that stopped the success of your program

It's uncertain how many physician practices have abandoned their attempts to implement an EMR system and gone back to their old way of doing things, wasting valuable time and money. If you find yourself on the verge of following the same path, our experts urge you to reconsider.

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