Electronic Medical Records Articles
EMR (electronic medical records), also known as EHR (electronic health records) are here to stay. They’re the obvious digital solution to maintaining patient data over time and from facility to facility. Despite their advantages, reactions to the current EMR technology has been mixed.
While most medical professionals wouldn’t wish to transition back to paper-only records, and agree that EMR helps to improve safety, decrease the potential for medication errors, and help to facilitate collaboration with other clinicians, there are still issues with adoption.