Research & Reports | Electronic Health Records

HFMA Executive Survey: Electronic Health Records and Meaningful Use

Research & Reports | Electronic Health Records

HFMA Executive Survey: Electronic Health Records and Meaningful Use

Almost one-quarter of organizations spent more than $7,500 per bed in 2012 to achieve or maintain meaningful use, according to a survey of more than 100 hospital and health system CFOs.

Almost one-quarter of organizations spent more than $7,500 per bed in 2012 to achieve or maintain meaningful use, according to a survey of more than 100 hospital and health system CFOs.

The survey also found that most organizations noted modest impact to revenue cycle performance within the first year after EHR implementation. Physician performance, however, did not return to normal until the second year.

This slide is a sample of the additional information contained in the survey results.

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