Published Date : July 05, 2019
Electronic Health Record (EHR) is a digitalized version of a patient’s medical history. It is a longitudinal electronic record of patient’s health information developed by more than one encounters in any of the care delivery settings. EHR system includes all of the vital administrative clinical data applicable to the patient’s care under a specific healthcare provider, including progress notes, diagnoses, prescribed medications, demographics, key signs, immunizations (duration and dates), lab-centric data, previous medical history, hereditary associated-conditions if any, radiological reports, treatment plans, and allergies if any. The electronic health record has an automated system which has access to tools and information which has the potential to reorganize and contour the healthcare professional’s workflow. The electronic health record system also renders support to other care-related activities either directly or indirectly with the help of several interfaces, which include evidence-based decision support, result reporting, and quality management. In the past few decades, information technology has altered revolutionarily in each aspect of mankind. Nowadays, medical care practices of various types and sizes; coupled with comprehensive data is, in fact, a challenge as well as a benefit for every provider.
Benefits of Electronic Health Records (EHRs)
EHRs are the next-gen step in the extended progress of healthcare which can toughen the relationship between the patients and medical practitioners. The compiled data, relevance, and availability of it will let medical providers make better decisions and render better care. The ability to render latest and precise information with reduced medical errors is garnering the electronic health records market much popularity.
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