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Ambulatory EMR Report 2006 (1-5 Physician Practices)

July 6, 2006

Which Ambulatory EMR products have the highest customer satisfaction? Which vendors are owned by whom? A study performed by the Rand Corporation in September of 2005 found that “physicians remain uncertain about what to buy, worried that a small company that seems stable today might not be here tomorrow.”

The purpose of KLAS' 2006 Ambulatory EMR report is to assist clinicans, practice management, and IT executives distinguish among the vendors in the Ambulatory EMR marketplace so that practices with one-to-five physicians may prudently select and implement systems in this market.

author - Robert Ellis
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Robert Ellis
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