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Electronic Medical Records & Health Information Exchange

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Pascal Wagner

on 21 April 2010

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Transcript of Electronic Medical Records & Health Information Exchange

leverages clinic’s to be better than others to offer a more efficient, private and secure replacement to paper, fax and phone communications demographic and clinical data exchange
clinical messaging and notifications
ability to access patients’charts and work from anywhere
cut down on time spent searching for paperwork
HIPAA compliant private website and messaging system
allow hospitals/users to share patient records electronically large-scale electronic communication of patient information between unaffiliated healthcare providers Health Information Exchange Inputing Data Getting the information Sharing the information Laboratory Specialists Local Clinics Hospitals Immunization Recods Rx Claims Offer a more efficient electronic replacement to paper & phone commuinications currently used by the healthcare community
conserve space usually reserved for storing patient charts and other records on patients
help a clinic’s office automate the data mining process required for quality measures reporting Reduce the resources needed to comunicate and exchange data within the healthcare coomunity Demographic characteristics of patients
Physicians' Notes
Nursing Assessments
Problem lists
Medication lists
Discharge summaries
Laboratory Reports
Radiologic Reports
Radiologic Images
Diagnostic-Test Results
Diagnostic-Test Images
Consultation Reports
Laboratory Tests
Nursing Orders
Consultation Requests
Current Medications
Radiologic Tests Clinical Guidelines
Clinical Reminders
Drug-Alergy Alerts
Drug-Drug Interaction Alerts
Drug-Dose Support
Getting the information is done by the doctoral community from the patient community The input of data can be done by secretary's, doctor's, nurse's or even general unskilled workers depending on the private level of information The hosting of all of this information on a system revolves around the community of IT specialists who either work for the hospital or a private company which allocates space on the internet local doctor, physician and patient communities Hospital doctors, nurses, patients Local doctor, health agencies and patient communities Pharmacy, patient and doctoral communities Doctor, patient, specialist, scientist communities Here you can see how various communities can look over a patients information to determine their health status and can view any conditions or medications or even their past medical records in order to get a better understanding of how healthy a patient is
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