What's Working in EHR Implementation? Read the #KareoChat Recap

During our last #KareoChat, host Amelia Roberts (find her on Twitter at @RN_Solutions) led us through a positive conversation about what’s working when it comes to EHR implementation. As many know, the implementation of Electronic Health Records hasn’t come without challenges for independent practices, but sometimes the conversation is so hyper-focused on these challenges that many forget to point out best-use cases, best practices and what's working with EHRs! This #KareoChat gave our attendees an opportunity to discuss how to continue to improve the implementation process. 

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Amelia Roberts, BSN RN is a uniquely experienced content strategist, online community manager, and active participant in healthcare social media research and mhealth app design. Previous work in the business world showed her that many professionals were uncomfortable using social media as a tool for strategic business relationship development. Amelia is a fourth generation educator who loves to teach her clients how to stay relevant in this rapidly changing healthcare landscape. She can be found on Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat @RN_Solutions.

#KareoChat participants discussed best practices for EHR implementation and shared their views of what they’d like to see more of in the implementation process. From sharing thoughts on what it takes to get end-user buy-in to what works for onsite go-live support, the conversation was both energetic and educational. After reading our recap below, you might be on your way to a hassle-free EHR implementation process!

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Erika facilitates robust conversations online around healthcare for independent practice professionals and patients alike.

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