Large physician groups eager to implement value-based reimbursement, finds 2016 Black Book EHR survey
The annual Black Book ambulatory EHR user satisfaction poll sorted by sizable practice groups over eleven clinicians, inclusive of 44 medical and surgical specialties, unveils increased satisfaction and demand for integrated practice management, revenue cycle management and EHR usability. The Black Book poll indicates a sharp upward trend in the way users view the efforts of their vendors in all surveyed areas of measurable system satisfaction and loyalty in 2016, except interoperability.
"The nature of integrated EHR functionality and practice management is also changing, given that Medicare and commercial payers are endeavoring on the shift away from pay-per-procedure billing to paying for value incentives for providing better care efficiently," said Doug Brown, Managing Partner of Black Book. "Notably, leading-edge EHR are supporting large group medical practices with multiple specialties and multiple locations real-time insights and flexible technology to help drive successful accountable care organizations."