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8 EHR must-haves to eliminate burnout across your practice

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If you’re evaluating EHR providers, or considering replacing your current solution, use this list of EHR must-have features to quickly zero in on a platform that will go the distance. With the right solution in place, you’ll spend less time inputting data and more time providing care — a win for you, your staff and the patients you serve. Best of all, you’ll create a dynamic work environment that reduces burnout across the practice.

Craig Cooper serves as the group product manager for AdvancedMD, a cloud-based practice management, EHR, and patient engagement platform for independent medical practices. With more than a decade of experience as part of the AdvancedMD product management team, he is focused on building web-based and mobile applications that streamline workflows and drive productivity for private practice owners and their staff.

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