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3 hours ago Evaluating the selection criteria and implementation plan of an EHR system, intending interoperability, confidentiality, availability, and integrity of the patient health information data, while ensuring timely, accurate, and regulatory compliant generation of reports is a …

Author: Roboam R Aguirre, Orlando Suarez, Mailenys Fuentes, Marcos A Sanchez-Gonzalez
Publish Year: 2019

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3 hours ago Grabenbauer L, Skinner A, Windle J. Electronic Health Record Adoption - Maybe It’s not about the Money: Physician Super-Users, Electronic Health Records and Patient Care. Appl Clin Inform 2011; 2 (4):460-71. [PMC free article] [Google Scholar]

Author: R. S. Evans
Publish Year: 2016

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3 hours ago Electronic health records (EHRs) were implemented to improve quality of care and patient outcomes. This study assessed the relationship between EHR-adoption and patient outcomes. We performed an observational study using State Inpatient Databases linked to American Hospital Association survey, 2011.

Author: Swati Yanamadala, Doug Morrison, Catherine Curtin, Kathryn McDonald, Tina Hernandez-Boussard
Publish Year: 2016

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3 hours ago EMR is considered potentially one of the drivers for the transformation of healthcare. From a patient care perspective, EMR is expected to improve the accuracy of the information, support clinical decision-making and improve the accessibility of information for continuity of care.[4]

Author: Santosh G Honavar
Publish Year: 2020

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9 hours ago Electronic Health Records (EHRS) Electronic health records (EHRs) have replaced paper medical records in most medical environments, but EHRs typically do not contain information about a patient’s work history. Work history is considered a social determinant of health (SDOH).
1. The EHRs products are expensive and require a major investment;
2. The EHRs applications are not standardized;
3. The EHRs are more difficult to use than paper-based records;
4. The EHRs implementation reduces practice productivity and disturbs workflow (at least initially);
5. The EHRs benefits accrue to others (such as society and payers) not to providers.
6. About Time. Doctors, GPs, and other medical professionals are usually extremely busy, and never more so than during the last two years.
7. Money Talks. The topics of healthcare and money tend to go hand in hand, with constant headlines about the cash-strapped NHS.
8. Taking Control. ...
9. Make No Mistake. ...

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3 hours ago We used the definition of the EHR from the Center of Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS): Electronic health records are digital forms of patient records that include patient information such as personal contact information, patient’s medical history, allergies, test results, and treatment plan [2].

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6 hours ago Electronic Health Record (EHR): an electronic version of a patients medical history, that is maintained by the provider over time, and may include all of the key administrative clinical data relevant to that persons care under a particular provider, including demographics, progress notes, problems, medications, vital signs, past medical history,

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4 hours ago Electronic health records (EHRs), with their adoption incentivized as part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, are now a ubiquitous part of the health care landscape. Although these systems promised to improve the quality of patient care, increase efficiency, and reduce costs, health care providers are finding that

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6 hours ago Digital health records were supposed to make a clinician’s job easier. Are they ready to deliver on that promise? The dream of an electronic health record (EHR) — born in the visionary 1960s — imagined one seamless, universal home for a patient’s medical history. The actual rollout has been a bit rockier.

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1 hours ago Electronic health records (EHRs) offer significant advantages over paper charts, such as ease of portability, facilitated communication, and a decreased risk of medical errors; however, important ethical concerns related to patient confidentiality remain. Although legal protections have been impleme …

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2 hours ago The electronic health record vendor said "the vast majority" of workers are vaccinated against COVID-19. Voice and NLP, global expansion key for Oracle-Cerner success By Mike Miliard 10:51 am February 08, 2022 The go-forward prospects could be "very interesting overseas," and voice is a "huge frontier," says IDC Research Director Mutaz Shegewi.

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4 hours ago The new electronic health record system provided military leaders with real-time data and information about the DHA's capacity to take …

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1 hours ago Electronic health records (EHRs) have emerged among health information technology as "meaningful use" to improve the quality and efficiency of healthcare, and health disparities in population health. In other instances, they have also shown lack of interoperability, functionality and many medical errors.

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3 hours ago While the adoption of electronic health record (EHR) systems promises a number of substantial benefits, including better care and decreased healthcare costs, serious unintended consequences from the implementation of these systems have emerged.

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9 hours ago Electronic health records (ehrs) are consistently used by external organizations to track the quality of care provided based on the information documented in the medical record, which affects hospital accreditation and reimbursement. 1 however, there's concern that technology may cause some patients to feel as if nurses and other practitioners …

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1 hours ago The U.S. health care system faces challenges on multiple fronts, including rising costs and inconsistent quality. 1-3 Health information technology, …

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1 hours ago Electronic health records can help reduce medical errors, but when not used well they can strain the doctor-patient relationship. Dr. Wei Wei Lee, an internist with the University of Chicago

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What are some issues with electronic health records?

These obstacles include:

  • The EHRs products are expensive and require a major investment;
  • The EHRs applications are not standardized;
  • The EHRs are more difficult to use than paper-based records;
  • The EHRs implementation reduces practice productivity and disturbs workflow (at least initially);
  • The EHRs benefits accrue to others (such as society and payers) not to providers.

What are the pros and cons of electronic health records?

The Pros Of Electronic Health Records

  • About Time. Doctors, GPs, and other medical professionals are usually extremely busy, and never more so than during the last two years.
  • Money Talks. The topics of healthcare and money tend to go hand in hand, with constant headlines about the cash-strapped NHS.
  • Taking Control. ...
  • Make No Mistake. ...

What are the roles of electronic health records?

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What are examples of electronic health records?

Electronic Health Record (EHR): an electronic version of a patients medical history, that is maintained by the provider over time, and may include all of the key administrative clinical data relevant to that persons care under a particular provider, including demographics, progress notes, problems, medications, vital signs, past medical history,

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