Measuring a return on investment for EHRs is not only key to showing the project paid off; it can also ensure ongoing success and adoption. Here are some steps to take to ensure you are calculating your ROI appropriately: –
1. Involve multiple members of the organization.
Implementing an EHR is a major initiative that should be undertaken only after a thoughtful analysis of the costs and benefits involved. To do this, involve representatives from operational areas throughout the organization. That will ensure you are identifying all of the potential for cost savings and additional revenue opportunities.
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