Webinar explains a few key EHR contract terms and what you need to know about them. Understanding these terms may help you negotiate a contract that will better protect your practice and your funds if and when problems arise. It should help you make sure that your EHR system does what you expect and that you have ways to manage issues as they arise. If you misunderstand these terms you may not be able to rely on your contract to help prevent disruptions to your practice.
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Sandra P. Greenblatt is one of the first Florida lawyers to be Board Certified by The Florida Bar as an expert in Health Law (1995-present) and holds both a J.D. and a Masters’ Degree in Business/Health Administration. She enjoys the “AV-Preeminent” highest possible rating in competence and ethical standards from Martindale-Hubbell, an AVVO Rating of 100 (Superb) and was named one of the “Top Lawyers in South Florida” for each year from 2000-2014 by the South Florida Legal Guide; a member of Legal Elite in 2005-2009 and 2011 by Florida Trend magazine; and a “Florida Super Lawyer” by Law & Politics in 2006-2014. She served on the Legal Working Group of the Florida Governor’s Privacy and Security Project and served as General Counsel of the South Florida Health Information Exchange (“SFHIE”), organizations that are propelling Florida’s participation as a leader in the creation of a nationwide Health Information Network. She is the author of Chapters on “Health Care Technology Contracting” in the 2007 and 2009-2010 Florida Practitioner’s Health Law Handbook published by The Florida Bar Health Law Section.