Automating the Medical Record

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AMA Press, 2004 - Medical - 116 pages
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This book is the second edition of a hands-on approach to understanding the scope of the electronic medical record (EMR), assessing the needs of a practice, selecting vendors and products, and completing the implementation. The purpose is practical-not ideological or technical in the usual sense. The premise is that every medical practice wants to make a good choice in all phases of its automation. The desire is to choose an EMR that uniquely serves the practice, to spend as little money as possible to get the job done, and to enjoy the benefits as quickly as feasible. With myriad checklists and guidelines, this resource will be a step-by-step path to achieving a workable and successful solution.

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