Future Trend in Electronic Health Record

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Essay #: 052486
Total text length is 6,754 characters (approximately 4.7 pages).

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The beginning:
Future Trend in Electronic Health Record
The future of recordkeeping is centered in technological advancements that haven’t even been created yet. The archaic days of paper-based recordkeeping is all but over some organizations just don’t know it yet. Paper-based data transfer is critical to patient care. The quality of patient care hinges on the ability of the medical team to be knowledgeable and able to retrieve information and to document information accurately and with speed.
Electronic health record systems are only as good as the people who enter the data. If the team assembled to enter data into the electronic records system is faulty then the process of transfer will be faulty as well. The only guarantee that integration can...
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.....storage facilities.
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