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Best Practices for Electronic Health Records and Virtualization

 
 
 
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Best Practices for Electronic Health Records and Virtualization

1. Understand the end-users' needs.How will the EHR transform the physician practices' processes, and how will you deliver EHR? How will virtualization help you realize this goal?
The Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center/Beth Israel Deaconess Physician Organization EHR project team provides some lessons learned from its big virtualization project.

See also: the project in depth.

 
 
Senior Writer and author of the Know It All blog

Ed Cone has worked as a contributing editor at Wired, a staff writer at Forbes, a senior writer for Ziff Davis with Baseline and Interactive Week, and as a freelancer based in Paris and then North Carolina for a wide variety of magazines and papers including the International Herald Tribune, Texas Monthly, and Playboy. He writes an opinion column in his hometown paper, the Greensboro News & Record, and publishes the semi-popular EdCone.com weblog. He lives in North Carolina with his wife, Lisa, two kids, and a dog.
 
 
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