When EMR/EHR implementation fails, many are quick to point fingers at the operating system itself, and make rash conclusions that all health IT is inherently “bad,” destined for failure. However, technology may not be the only thing at fault here. Human variables can strongly influence the success or failure of EMR/EHR implementation. The most common of these human variables is neglecting to complete a thorough practice/medical facility cultural and operational assessment prior to EMR/EHR selection and implementation.
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