Withdrawing from eDOCSNL

The first step in leaving the EMR or moving from one EMR to another is filling out a provider termination form which can be found here. This form must be submitted to eDOCSNL at least 90 days before leaving the EMR (Electronic Medical Record) so the program can make all the necessary steps to safely transition away from eResults to paper, to allow for data migration from the instance, and to work with the vendor to terminate your account (if any of these are required).

Cancelling the EMR subscription is only one piece of what is required when leaving the EMR. The College of Physicians and Surgeons (CPSNL) and other regulatory bodies provide guidance to providers as to how to properly transition records and deal with outstanding clinical information. Providers should seek advice from their regulatory bodies when leaving the EMR.

Leaving a practice can be a stressful experience. Leaving your EMR can add to the complexity of the experience. If you take the appropriate preparatory steps, leaving an EMR does not have to be an additional burden.

Retiring from EMR-based Practice?

Providers needing some specific guidance through the retirement process from an EMR perspective should refer to this document

Leaving an EMR clinic without retiring?

Providers needing some specific guidance through the process of leaving an EMR clinic without retiring should refer to this document