Data demonstrates that physicians are now replacing their electronic health record (EHR) software at an increasing rate. Most apparently do so because they were dissatisfied with their current EHR software or vendor. Some of these dissatisfactions are so great that a class-action suit has been filed in one instance. The rate of replacement increased from 21% to 31% between 2010 and 2013. Many physicians did not have their EHR software licenses (contracts) reviewed on the first go-around. Given the problems of transition as well as changes in the industry, it is vital that physicians have their EHR license agreements reviewed by experienced counsel. As we have repeatedly written [See issues: #246, 10], there are pitfalls awaiting in these documents.