The systematic process of keeping patient medical records has long been a staple of the healthcare industry. Today however, new and ever-improving technologies allow for the health and care history of patients to now be tracked using electronic health records.
By storing and managing medical records in electronic formats, healthcare providers have the opportunity to take advantage of a wealth of unique benefits, ranging from the ability to minimize clutter around offices, reduce storage costs, and most importantly improve the quality of patient care.
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With electronic health records becoming increasingly common today, the entire healthcare industry has seen a recent transformation.
In this in-depth white paper, we take you through the full spectrum of electronic health records and role in modern healthcare—ranging from topics including what exactly electronic health records are, to the various types used and how you can implement EHRs in your own medical practice to become an electronic health provider.
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While making the transition to an EHR system can be a costly undertaking, the benefits it can offer will certainly provide worthwhile returns on your investments. Check out this video from the Health Science Channel for a helpful breakdown of electronic health records and to learn more about how physicians feel about implementing EHRs in their own organizations.
Making the decision to switch to an electronic health record (EHR) system can help your practice to run more efficiently—that is, if the system is the best fit for your practice. Learn some common statistics of EHR implementation and why it is important to choose the right system in order to avoid seemingly throwing thousands of dollars out the window.
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