For years, healthcare organizations have been in search of the pot of gold on the other side of the technology-implementation rainbow. The good news is that many healthcare organizations are realizing improved quality of care, greater operational efficiencies and better financial performance. But they are not on easy street … yet. In fact, many healthcare leaders continue to struggle with a sense of buyers’ remorse, fearing that their EMRs will result in a financial drain and they will not be able to allocate resources to other initiatives. They are also confronted with unending “sticker shock”as they watch EMR implementation and maintenance costs rise.