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motivated to change their attitudes and behaviors, the EHR will never be able to deliver its maximum benefits (Adler & Karlsberg, 2012). 2. Clinician at the point of care: Successful ownership is partially defined by the level of adoption by the end-users. Their adoption is essential to realizing the EHR's benefits. To facilitate adoption, a change management plan should be developed during the implementation plan. In the long term, end-users must remain engaged for continuous improvement. 3. Day-to-day operation: The EHR must be integrated into the organization by incorporating the system into all meaningful areas of operation, such as pharmacy, supplies, nursing units, ED, OR, food service, etc. 4. Long-term vision: The organization will select an EHR that can continue to meet its needs into the future. It must also plan to incorporate future healthcare advancements into its existing system.
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4. List the steps to finding a quality EHR system for a healthcare organization.EHR Implementation Step 1: Assessment Phase
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