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EMR

(1) (ElectroMagnetic Radiation) The emanation of energy from everything in the universe. Although the EMR from electrical and electronic devices is typically measured for practical, every-day situations, every object, including humans, emanates energy. Much of it is at levels our equipment is not sensitive enough to detect. See spectrum. See also magnetoresistance.

(2) (Electronic Medical Record) The former term for an electronic health record. See EHR.
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To evaluate an EMR system or prioritize future development of the EMR, it's helpful to categorize the functions.
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We are excited to include Misys in our interoperability exchange program, and look forward to integrating their EMR solution into our clients' connected healthcare communities.
Figure 5-9: General Purpose EMR Market (Billion US$), 2012-2017
We're delighted to be able to extend our footprint with CFDS and have the opportunity to assist them in deploying our leading EMR application throughout their organization," said John Bodolai, VP of Sales and Marketing of Nightingale Informatix Corporation.
Black Book Rankings's 2013 State of the Ambulatory Electronic Health Records Replacement Market report found that more than one in six EMR users are planning to switch in the coming year.
athenahealth provides the only physician revenue and clinical cycle management offering that integrates web-based practice management and EMR software, continually updated payer knowledge, and back office processing into a single service.
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With the goal of simplifying interoperability, EMR Direct delivers products that are tailored to workflow and easily deployed by those who need to communicate, without requiring expensive, custom, peer-to-peer interfaces.
Free, web-based EMR is named the top vendor for all primary care specialties in Brown-Wilson's independent survey of over 12,000 US providers