Health Record Structures

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Health Record Structures in Computer-Driven Format
In this paper Team B will be discussing health record structures in computer-driven formats and how hospitals and doctors office are transitioning into going paperless. The team will also include the importance of going paperless in the health care field. For example, going paperless saves time as well as the sharing of patient’s confidential information. In addition, the team will also briefly discuss the role of networks and privacy and security issues. When MEDITECH was implemented, the big obstacle was getting the paper process workflow translated to the electronic process accurately. The reason for Team B selection The team selected health record structure because of importance of guidelines and the rights of the patients and how the staff and patients can be affected. As a team we realize the need for hospitals, doctor’s offices to be paperless and to have the patient information accessible at all times. How this structure is applicable to the work area Health record structures in computer driven formats affect our work area, the health care area . Health records are stored electronically, and are used for data management, security, safety and confidentiality. Health care workers use health record structures to review, document and manage patient care. These structures affect our work area because they improve safety and confidentially, thus improve overall patient care. Such structures also benefit health care providers and health care workers as patient records are easier to read, access, and store. The Benefits of EHR

The positive benefits of computer-driven health records affect everyone in the health care industry, with the greatest benefits reflecting upon the patient. The benefits consist of improving the quality of care for the patient, increasing productivity, increasing...
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