Anatomy of an EMR contract

By Mary Ann Porucznik

Make sure these areas are covered to your satisfaction

“I’m in the business of shifting risk,” attorney Steven M. Harris, Esq., told attendees at the recent AAOS Electronic Medical Records (EMR) and Other Technologies: Revolutionary Change in Orthopaedic Practice course. “The contract apportions risk between party one and party two.”

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