Vinson Hudson, president of the Jewson Enterprises consultancy in Austin, Texas, and proprietor of the POMIS database of the products, functions and capabilities of ambulatory care information systems, is offering free vendor selection consulting services to physician practices.

Of course, there is a catch, as Hudson expects to make money off the consulting, but it won't be the docs who pay. Rather, practice management and electronic health records vendors will be offered, for a fee, a customized report of "must have" and "nice to have" requirements, and other information that must be in their presentation to a physician practice that has three to five vendors on its finalist list.

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