5 Statistics on Operational Changes Physicians Plan on Implementing in 2014
The 2014 edition includes responses from 5,064 physicians.
When asked what operational changes they will be making at their practices in the coming year, respondents reported:
• I do not plan on making any changes — 61 percent
• Implementing a new EHR — 17 percent
• Replacing an existing EHR — 13 percent
• Outsourcing billing/collections — 10 percent
• Replacing a current practice management system — 7 percent
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