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The biggest problem with an EHR is not the product itself — it is the way we learn to use it. Here are five strategies to reduce user frustrations.

Once implemented, an EHR can bring many benefits to a practice. But minor mistakes can cause major problems. Here's what to watch out for.

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The inherent flaws in this doctor’s EHR system has created an ethical dilemma, which he says cannot be solved.

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Physicians want access to patient data on the go, but practices need to have a secure BYOD policy. Here are a few steps to protect data within the EHR.

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Practices are more at risk for breaches than ever before. Here are a few steps to protect data in the EHR and elsewhere.

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What can the Cooperative Principle teach us about better using EHRs? A lot actually.

Here are the results from our 2015 Technology Survey, Sponsored by Kareo, featuring replies from more than 1,100 medical practices on their use of EHRs, patient portals, and other tech tools.

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