Providers spend between $5K and $50K+ to maintain EHR: survey

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Less than $5,000: 16 percent.
$ 5,000 to $9,999: 8 percent.
$ 10,000 to $19,999: 12 percent.
$ 20,000 to $49,999: 10 percent.
$ 50,000 or more: 12 percent.
I do not know: 40 percent.
I havent had present EHR for a full year: 3 percent.

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The amount of cash health care service providers spend each year to keep their current EHR systems varies significantly, from $5,000 to upwards of $50,000, according to Medical Economics.

For its 2020 Telehealth & & EHR study, Medical Economics asked physicians their viewpoints on their EHR systems efficiency. Heres what the doctor respondents said when asked just how much their respective practices spend each year to maintain its present EHR:.