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Once implemented, EHRs don't run automatically. You have to train staff prior to and after integrating a new system to ensure a smooth transition.

Your current EHR may not be the best for meaningful use, so you may need a new system. Here's how to re-train your staff and physicians if needed.

Data hogs from hospitals to EHR purveyors should take the investor's creed much more literally: "Pigs get fed but hogs get slaughtered."

An important part of ICD-10 readiness is ensuring all hardware and software is evaluated via a systems inventory.

Conducting an internal health IT risk assessment is a HIPAA requirement, and also protects your patients' data. To get started, use this security matrix.

Giving away your practice's old computer equipment is not the best solution. Here's what you should be aware of, before you pitch it out.

Don't question your data security after a breach. Here are six strategies to keep protected health information safe.

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