Use the most current and reliable data to set realistic expectations for length of time to recover initial expenditures and the long-term return on investment (ROI) related to an electronic health records (EHR) system.
This online select data set from the MGMA Cost Survey: 2011 Report Based on 2010 Data includes:
Data comparisons of organizations with and without an EHR, including primary care, nonsurgical and surgical specialties, and multispecialty practices
EHR practice breakouts by full-time-equivalent (FTE) physicians, providers, total relative value units (RVUs), work RVUs, patients and square footage
Comprehensive accounts receivable, fee-for-service charges and revenue data for EHR and paper-based practices
Staffing, cost and productivity data points for EHR and paper-based practices
Use this online module to:
Evaluate the impact of initial costs related to EHR implementation
Identify possible areas for improvement within your EHR
Determine how the addition of an EHR might boost revenue and productivity
Compare staffing levels of EHR-based practices to paper-based practices
Obtain physician buy-in
Anticipate staffing modifications
Export to Microsoft Excel® for further analysis
Data available for multispecialty practices and the following specialties:
- Primary Care
- Nonsurgical Specialty
- Surgical Specialty
- Family Practice
- Orthopedic Surgery
With no software to load, this affordable module provides convenient online access.
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