By Monica E. Oss With some rare exceptions, most health and human service organizations have accepted (even if reluctantly) the fact they need an electronic health recordkeeping (EHR) system and the ability to exchange consumer data. The most basic reasons? Many payers have a stated preference for electronic data exchange and electronic billing. Payers are planning financial penalties (i.e. lower rates) for organizations that do not have an EHR and the ability to exchange data electronically. And, EHRs are the platform for critical competencies for participating in coordinated care initiatives – see Massachusetts – Path To The Future? all members, The Medical Home As…
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