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    Monmouth NJ

    Default Practice Fusion?

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    I understand Practice Fusion is a free, cloud EMR. It is sponsored by drug companies, I believe, and as such there are advertisements displayed on the screens. Is anyone using it and willing to share their experience? I am working with a brand new physician, speciality Rheumatology, one physician, not NPP's at the moment.

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    I started using it back in the fall. We only have one Dr that's full EMR, but we used it for the other Dr's as well- for scheduling, escripts, etc. If you have any questions feel free to email me


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