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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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Many providers (especially small practices) have yet to deploy an EMR system, which means that focusing exclusively on EMR integration effectively excludes a large portion of physicians from electronic order entry and results reporting.
Stick with paper records and forfeit all of the economic and clinical value of EMR.
Often administrators start the EMR vendor selection process by inviting vendors into their facilities to demonstrate their software systems.
In a properly executed EMR all information is available at the clinician's finger tips without having to sort through a voluminous paper chart that may be incomplete.
While it may be many years before coordinators are able to set up a national EMR system, states are taking initiative.
The letter concluded by noting that Metal Management experienced a significant run-up in its stock price after EMR purchased significant shares.
Schwartz said Forte will continue supporting all DC-PowerNotes clients on their current edition software, but also offer existing DC customers the option to upgrade to Forte's suite of fully-certified EMR software programs.
As the bulk of the market watches these dramas play out, waiting for standards and best-practice approaches to emerge, the time is now or never to examine the current packaged software approach to EMR, make sure we understand why the market is heading down the current path, and dare to ask if there might not be other, less toilsome routes to achieving the benefits of data-driven clinical workflows and accessible, accurate electronic health information.
CPOE tools may be interfaced with EMR systems to allow physicians to simultaneously enter new orders into the CPOE and EMR databases.