• Electronic medical records
    Electronic Medical Records Electronic medical records are believed to be the way of the future.  Hospitals and other healthcare settings are increasingly turning to electronic records over traditional paper records.  However, many still have not made the leap and continue to use paper...
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  • Advantages of EHR's
     Would a paper-based scan of a paper-based record be an EHR? What are 2 limitations and advantages of such a system based on scans only? Since beginning my pursuit of a Master’s degree in eHealth, I have noticed a great deal of variability in what can be considered an electronic health...
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  • Electronic Medical Records
     Electronic Medical Records Savanna James November 8, 2013 Kimla McDaniel An electronic health record is an evolving concept defined as a systematic collection of electronic health information about individual patients or populations. It is a...
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  • advantages of EPR
    Page 1 of 7 Clinical Negligence and the Electronic Patient Record This page has been archived. It has not been updated since 11/12/2009. External links and references may no longer work. Lawyers will be affected by the changes in general practice and the electronic patient record...
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  • Why do front-line care workers sometimes find it challenging to make and handle records about service users?
    Why do front-line care workers sometimes find it challenging to make and handle records about service users? Records about service users are very important to ensure accountability in health and social care. The outcomes of social work may be of enormous significance to service users and...
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