How Experienced Physicians are Transitioning to Electronic Medical Records

September 12, 2011
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Many experienced physicians are facing career-changing decisions these days. One of the toughest is whether to invest in electronic medical records and keep pace with advancing technology.

Cost is an issue for some, and some physicians told us that changing workflow habits is a major concern. But as veteran Miami physician Dr. Arnold Oper tells us, physicians at any age can adopt technology to improve patient care.

Many experienced physicians are facing career-changing decisions these days. One of the toughest is whether to invest in electronic medical records and keep pace with advancing technology.

Cost is an issue for some, and some physicians told us that changing workflow habits is a major concern. But as veteran Miami physician Dr. Arnold Oper tells us, physicians at any age can adopt technology to improve patient care.

We caught up recently with Dr. Oper, as well as IT Consultant Bruce Kleaveland, and learned how seasoned physicians view the EMR equation.