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As healthcare facilities move to updated EMR systems, how can EMR transisition staffing help?

As healthcare facilities move to updated EMR systems, how can EMR transisition staffing help?August 6, 2014 by Vickie Anenberg

Cross Country Staffing

As healthcare facilities move to updated EMR systems, how can EMR transition staffing help?

The United States’ EMR market is projected to grow to $9.3 billion by 2015 due to the federal mandate of EMR use in public and private healthcare facilities. This mandate has several healthcare facilities scrambling to implement a new EMR system or upgrade their current platform. With enormous funds being spent on new EMR systems, it’s important for healthcare facilities to have proper and affordable EMR transition staffing in place to ensure a sound implementation process.

Without implementing EMR transition staffing, healthcare facilities are spending unneeded time on documenting patients’ records in the EMR platform. The longer a facility goes without implementing an EMR system, the greater the risk of a government audit.

Cross Country Staffing’s EMR transition staffing provides a solution

Cross Country Staffing helps alleviate the stress of adopting a new EMR platform. With access to an extensive database of qualified clinicians, healthcare facilities are able to find healthcare professionals with experience using EMR technology platforms like Epic and Cerner. By utilizing these experienced EMR professionals, your healthcare facility won’t miss a beat during its EMR implementation or upgrade.

The goals of EMR systems being used within the healthcare industry include helping hospitals:

Learn more about how easy Cross Country Staffing’s EMR transition and upgrade staffing is, and how it will immediately help executives and physicians in your hospital make peace with new EMR systems.