Majority of clinicians believe EHRs are not sufficient for care coordination

HIT Consultant

April 7, 2015

A majority of clinicians (51%-53%) believe EHRs are insufficient for coordinating care, while 78 percent of office managers believe the EHR is sufficient, according to new survey by PerfectServe. The survey conducted by Nielsen looks at perspectives on HIPAA, organizational readiness for population health and challenges in care coordination from nearly 1,000 clinicians (including hospital and office-based physicians, nurses, specialists), case managers and practice administrators.

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