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Urgent Care 2012
A Host of EMR Options

March 30, 2012

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Estimates suggest 9,000 urgent care centers exist today in America, with approximately 86% indicating plans for additional locations, larger facilities, or simply increased volume. Urgent care centers select from a host of EMR options, including best-of-breed systems, EDIS solutions, or ambulatory offerings. KLAS interviewed 76 urgent care organizations to determine what types of urgent care EMR solutions are best meeting providers’ needs, focusing on best-of-breed vendors CodoniX, DocuTAP, and Practice Velocity.

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