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EMR Conversion, Implementation, and Staffing: What You Need to Know

Implementing, and understanding, new government mandated requirements for EMR (electronic medical records) conversion is imperative if healthcare facilities are to comply with these new regulations.

As this conversion is one of the most challenging any facility will ever undertake, it is essential that the planning process addresses staffing gaps that will occur during EMR training. 

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Let NurseChoice Help You with Your EMR Conversion Plan

NurseChoice is here to help you during the implementation of your EMR system. Our EHR experienced RN travel nurses are familiar with the latest EMR systems, including Epic, Eclipsys, GE, McKesson, MEDITECH, and Siemens, amongst others.

NurseChoice can help provide answers—and solutions—to your most critical questions regarding EMR conversions and implementation, including:

  • How can we ensure that our patients are well cared for and still meet our ‘Go-Live’ timetable?
  • What kind of efficiency loss might occur following the system conversion?
  • How many extra clinicians will we need to support our staff, and when?
  • Where can we find healthcare professionals who know this software?
  • How do I manage the schedule so everyone on my staff can attend EMR training?

EMR Travel Nursing Jobs, Opportunities, and Assignments: Are You Ready?

If you’re an experienced RN with EMR experience, and are interested in travel nursing jobs and assignments from 4-13 weeks, we want to hear with you. As the government deadline for conversion draws closer, we anticipate a spike in staffing needs all across the country. Begin the application process now.

NurseChoice is the leader in travel nursing staffing solutions. To learn more about the industry-leading compensation and benefits we provide our travel nurses, visit our Pay and Benefits page.

If you have questions regarding travel nursing jobs and opportunities at NurseChoice, please contact our career specialists at (866) 557-6050.

EMR-EHR Implementation and Conversion—Frequently Asked Questions

Are electronic medical records safe?

The need for privacy and security lies at the core of the EMR movement. Electronic records are safer than their paper predecessors because they require specific, user-verified credentials such as usernames and passwords in order to gain access to delicate information. In addition, EMR systems keep a history of access, thus ensuring accountability at all levels.

How can NurseChoice help my facility during the EMR Implementation process?

NurseChoice’s dedicated EMR staffing team has a proven track record of helping facilities with their system installations and upgrades. Since 2005, we have supported EMR computer conversions at hundreds of hospitals, providing EMR experienced RNs who are ready to fill short-term assignments and jobs.

Our transition experts will partner with your implementation team to provide project management and onsite support, along with EMR travel RNs that possess a unique combination of clinical and technical skills, and valuable EMR experience working with a variety of the most popular systems.

Read some of our client success stories

NurseChoice is here, and ready, to help you plan for, and implement, your new EMR system. Let’s work together, from inception, to the day you “Go-Live”, to make sure your facility makes a smooth transition. Contact us at (866) 871-8519 to get started.

What benefits do EMRs provide to both patients and healthcare facilities?

While electronic medical records are built to house the medical and treatment histories of patients, the systems can also provide a broader view of a patient’s care. One key benefit of this type of recordkeeping system is the portability they can offer to healthcare facilities and providers across organizations. As EMRs are designed as a tool to share information across laboratories, specialists, medical imaging facilities, pharmacies, emergency facilities, and other providers, they are a critical step in the patient care process, providing the most up-to-date information available regarding patient care and treatment to both new, and existing, physicians and facilities.

What can a healthcare facility expect during the EMR transition process?

Once the EMR system is installed and ready for use, healthcare facilities can expect staff to experience a learning curve with regards to using the new software and system. This is standard for these types of conversions, and requires forethought to ensure that patient care, productivity—and the bottom line—is in no way affected. Facilities should plan to reach out to experienced companies that provide short-term EMR staffing and training solutions during conversion periods.

NurseChoice is a leader in EMR implementation support and staffing, and can provide RN’s who are EMR experienced and ready to take on any 4-13 week assignments, short-term travel nursing jobs, and other opportunities.

What does “Meaningful Use” mean?

Meaningful use is the set of standards defined by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Incentive Programs that governs the use of electronic health records. In addition, it allows eligible facilities and hospitals to earn incentive payments by meeting specific criteria by dictated deadlines.

What is EMR (electronic medical record)?

Electronic Medical Records (aka electronic health records) are designed to take the place of traditional patient recordkeeping in healthcare facilities. New government mandated regulations require healthcare facilities to make the transition to electronic recordkeeping by certain dates. To learn more about electronic healthcare records, incentives, and penalties for non-compliance, please access the link below.

*Please visit for more information on government sponsored incentives for EMR conversion and implementation.

EMR Conversion planning and transition is easy with NurseChoice as your partner. We can provide RNs for EMR travel nursing staffing, jobs, assignments, and opportunities.

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