A new survey of 17,000 physicians by Black Book Rankings concludes that as many of 17
percent of physicians will switch electronic medical records (EMR) in 2013 because their first-
choice systems arenâ€™t meeting vendor expectationsâ€”a problem easily avoided with gloEMR, gloStreamâ€™s flagship EMR.
Most concerning to the EMR users surveyed were unmet requests made for sophisticated interfaces with other practice programs, for example. Thatâ€™s not a problem with gloEMR, which is built on Microsoft technology and embedded with Microsoft Office, meaning it has a familiar look and feel. Additionally, most physicians already know how to operate it. Top that off with a user-friendly dashboard, and you have one of the most usable EMRs on the market.
â€œThe high performance vendors emerging as viable past 2015 are those dedicating responsive teams to address customersâ€™ current demands,â€ said Black Bookâ€™s managing partner Doug Brown, in a news release. gloEMR is one of those systems.
Other concerns for physicians considering a switch were complex connectivity and networking schemes, pacing with accountable-care progresses, and the rapid EMR adoption of mobile devices, the survey finds. gloStream is committed to keeping up with the changing EMR environment, and our confident that gloEMR can meet these needs as well.