You need to make sure that you have everything ready if your practice is trying to implement EHR software.
If you have issues in communicating with your current EHR software vendor, you need to make sure that there is one specific person in the organization who is overseeing the implementation and hence knows about each and every little detail about the software.
Before it is actually supposed to go live at the practice, make sure that you test the EHR software beforehand. Before the actual starting date, initiate the use of EHR software throughout the office a couple of months.
Analyze the occurred problems in the first place and take control of your previous problems caused by paper-based records.
It is crucial to keep asking relevant questions from the vendor about issues that you feel you might have to face with the software, and get answers on how they think these issues should be resolved. Putting in place someone who will coordinate with the vendors and solve issues at the workplace is another good idea.
Financial stability at the workplace is instrumental to handle the onslaught of EHR software because the implementation of EHR software can be a little costly in the implementation phase.