Electronic Health Records: A Practical Guide for Professionals and Organizations
American Health Information Management Association, 2004 - Medical - 418 pages
"This book discusses the elements of EHR implementation in a clear, chronological format from planning to execution. Along the way, readers receive a solid background in EHR history, trends, and common pitfalls and gain the skills they will need for a successful implementation."
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Introduction to Electronic Health Records
Challenges to EHR Adoption
Roles in EHR Design and Implementation
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