AEMR

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AcronymDefinition
AEMRAngola Exploration Mining Resources
AEMRAllgemeine Erklärung der Menschenrechte (German: Universal Declaration of Human Rights; est. 1948)
AEMRAmbulatory Electronic Medical Record (Maine)
AEMRACE European Markets Reinsurance Limited (Bermuda)
AEMRAnesthesia Electronic Medical Record
AEMRAcquisition Executive Management Report
AEMRAirframe Engine Maintenance and Repair
AEMRAutauga Elmore Mental Retardation Board, Inc. (Millbrook, AL)
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A major provider of ambulatory electronic medical record (EMR), practice management (PM) software, revenue cycle management (RCM) solutions, and credentialing services, e-MDs, has agreed to acquire several software technology assets from McKesson Business Performance Services.
All 16 of MetroHealth's community health centers, along with the Cancer Care Center and the Women & Children's Pavilion, have attained "the pinnacle achievement" on HIMSS' ambulatory electronic medical record adoption model (A-EMRAM).
Also, Butler's HIE will provide data to GE Healthcare's ambulatory electronic medical record (EMR) - CentricityEMR - as well as non-GE clinical software products.
on July 18 when the CCHIT (Certification Commission on Health Information Technology) announced its first 18 certified ambulatory electronic medical record (EMR) products.
has signed a strategic marketing agreement with 3M Health Information Systems, to integrate Logician(R), MedicaLogic's market-leading ambulatory electronic medical record solution, with 3M Care Innovation software, a suite of care management products that forms a comprehensive computer-based patient record system.
It will be the ambulatory electronic medical record.
to integrate Logician, MedicaLogic's ambulatory electronic medical record solution, with 3M Care Innovation software, a suite of care management products that forms a comprehensive computer-based patient record system.
Despite the cost obstacle, there are a small but steadily increasing number of successful ambulatory electronic medical record implementations.
This strategy required an ambulatory electronic medical record (EMR) that would allow for authorized patient information access throughout the clinic by outside specialists, hospital clinicians and administration, and ancillary services.
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