Getting a Return on Investment 
from your Electronic Health Records System


Scott Munsterman, DC, FICC
CEO, Best Practices Academy
Timothy S. Wakefield, DC, DACBSP, CSCS, CCST

What You'll Discover
On this Webinar:

Roughly half of the doctors of chiropractic currently use an electronic health record (EHR). The past few years have been a big learning curve for our profession. And now is the time to assess if the adoption of your current EHR is actually working or not in your practice.

  1. Return on Investment for your EHR: What should you be getting
  2. Is it helping you stay compliant with documentation and HIPAA requirements?
  3. Does it give you robust financial reporting?
  4. Is it saving you time in your practice to see more patients?
  5. Is your EHR interoperable?
  6. Will it help you manage your patient population to lead them to better health?
  7. Will it provide all of the measures you will need to be paid in the new payment systems?
  8. Could it be better?​


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