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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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"This combination of the policy and the EMR alert may be an effective strategy to influence prescriber behavior," she added.
One example is assuring audit function sufficiency, which is required by HIPAA and regulations pertaining to reimbursement, and then maintaining an audit trail of changes to EMR records.
Connecting physician office EMR and Practice Management systems to the lab without traditional interfaces is one approach.
The researchers found that total labor costs per patient visit significantly increased at two months after EMR implementation (from $36.88 to $46.04; P = 0.05).
Region-specific EMR solutions: Vendors can succeed by offering scalable, affordable EMR packages for developing regions, and sophisticated EMR packages for developed regions.
The evidence shows that EMR's purchase of MWR is likely to harm competition in a number of areas and there is a material risk that prices for some suppliers and customers could worsen.
"I am convinced that Tasy EMR will help VPS Healthcare to improve both the quality of care and the patient and staff experience at lower cost."
They lease the EMR to hospitals around the world in fact, they built a systems that supports about 20 languages which I found fantastic.
Some trends noted in this report included the depth of physician adoption, user dissatisfaction with their purchases, lack of interoperability, implementation difficulties, staffing shortages in IT, the lack of a clear EMR market leader, increasing international markets, and cybersecurity.
* Unlike many other Trusts who have digitized patients records, eMR is not concerned with scanning legacy records.
Such symbiotic collaborations involve infusion pump manufacturers utilizing the healthcare IT vendor's programming technologies to develop their own software, whilst the EMR firms will benefit from exploiting the large global infusion pump installed base.
plans to acquire Integrity Digital Solutions LLC, a US-based developer EMR software firm EMR software for ophthalmology and optometry, for an undisclosed sum, the company said