Editor in Chief, Dorland Health
Webinar: March 22 Medical Home and the EHR: Creating 21st Century Solutions
Most medical records are still stored on paper, which means there are limitations in coordinating care, the ability to routinely measure quality, or reduce medical errors. As a result, providers and consumers generally lack the information they need about costs or quality to make informed care decisions. Today there is consensus that wide-scale adoption of electronic health record (EHR) systems will improve care, increase communication between parties, and enhance professionalsí ability to gather data to improve the effectiveness and efficiency throughout the healthcare system.
Learn from leaders in the field who will share insight into the history of medical records, the role of ethics, how moving to EHRs can improve healthcare functioning, and how understanding usability can ensure your EHR meets your long-term needs.
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