Computerized system providing real-time data access and evaluation in medical care. Together with clinical workstations and clinical data repository technologies, the EMR provides the mechanism for longitudinal data storage and access. A motivation for healthcare providers to implement this technology derives from the need for medical outcome studies, more efficient care, speedier communication among providers and management of health plans. Also known as computerized patient record or computerized medical record.
Having a patient's medical record in electronic form versus a paper file. The trend is to move towards electronic health records. This a huge benefit for medical call centers and the medical community as a whole.
a provider centric system of record designed to replace paper-based charts for managing patient data captured and referenced in the course of operating their practice/facility
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a secured electronic file of patient history, medical transcription notes, billing information, and all other information necessary to have a complete patient profile
A computerized version of the hard-copy medical record. At Marshfield Clinic sites, the electronic medical record contains all information from about 1994 to the present. Information about diagnoses, medical appointments and phone calls, letters, and test/procedure results are all in this record. All Marshfield Clinic sites are linked together electronically, and any care providers in this Marshfield Clinic system can access this medical record information if they have been given access to a computer.
A computerised healthcare record.
An automated, on-line medical record that is available to any number of providers, ancillary service departments, pharmacies, and others involved in patient treatment or care; as a result of computer technology that stores, processes, and retrieves patient clinical and demographic information upon request of the user.
A computer-based record containing health care information. This technology, when fully developed, meets provider needs for real-time data access and evaluation in medical care. Together with clinical workstations and clinical data repository technologies, the EMR provides the mechanism for longitudinal data storage and access. A motivation for healthcare entities to implement this technology derives from the need for medical outcome studies, more efficient care, speedier communication among providers and management of health plans. This record may contain some, but not necessarily all, of the information that is in an individual's paper-based medical record. One goal of HIPAA is to protect identifiable health information as the system moves from a paper-based to an electronic medical record system. See also Computerized Medical Record. Electronic Remittance Advice - Any of several electronic formats for explaining the payments of health care claims.
A term for computer-based patient records which provide real-time access to patient medical records. On-line records allow for longitudinal data storage and access and result in more efficient care, improved communication among providers and health plans, and facilitate outcome measurement.
An electronic medical record is an electronic record of all of your medical information, searchable and available to those who are allowed to use it.
A general term describing computer-based patient record systems. It is sometimes extended to include other functions like order entry for medications and tests, amongst other common functions.
For the purposes of this report, we consider the electronic medical record to hold all of a practice's information in relation to a client. This includes medical history, medications and investigation results, but also details of previous and forthcoming appointments, reminders that need to be issued, and financial information related to practice billing.
A computer-based record containing your personal health care information. This technology, when fully developed, will meet provider needs for real-time data access and evaluation in medical care.
An electronic medical record (EMR) is a medical record in digital format.