The only possibility to explain higher risk premium is to assume that there are very huge adjustment costs (costs of installing and deinstalling
productive capital), like in the model of Tobin's q (see for example Romer, 1996, p.
To achieve these goals, a growing number of practices, large and small, are deinstalling their old practice management systems and replacing them with systems that include integrated EMRs.
The Gilbert Center for Family Medicine has a staff of two physicians and four nurse practitioners and tallies about 2,500 patient encounters per month, so a lot of planning went into selecting a new PM system and deinstalling the old one.
Deinstalling a major information system and installing a new and integrated system is not without challenges, and each of the three practices had their share.
The option of deinstalling
the upgrade if it doesn't work well is not really an option so more planning is required to ensure an orderly transition.
I got my problem corrected by deinstalling
and then reinstalling Norton and keeping to the original version on the CD-ROM with no upgrading.
The copy protection scheme on MicroTSP is one of the more sensible I've seen -- users are allowed 3 installs and can recover installs by deinstalling
the program -- but it is still an insult to have to put up with copy protection at all.
I don't want to install them to find out as that means deinstalling
them if they don't do what I want and doing so will likely mess up the REGISTRY again and cause some new headache.