EHR


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AcronymDefinition
EHRElectronic Health Records
EHREducation and Human Resources
EHREnglish Historical Review (UK)
EHREqualities and Human Rights (UK)
EHREnhanced Hydrocarbon Recovery (Canada)
EHREnsemble Harmonique de Rungis (French musical association)
EHRÉquipement Hors Route (French: Off Road Equipment; Canada)
EHRElectronic Human Resource
EHREvangelicals for Human Rights (National Religious Campaign against Torture)
EHRHenderson City-County Airport (Henderson, KY)
EHREnvironmental Health Review
EHREmployer Health Register (Work Loss Data Institute)
EHREquipment History Record (OPNAVINST 4790.2)
EHRExplosive Hazards Reduction(s)
EHREvents History Recorder
EHRException Handling Routine
EHRException Handler Removal
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Allscripts (NASDAQ: MDRX) has been ranked number one of 68 named EHR vendors in a Black Book Research user satisfaction survey globally.
4 crore has been released to Centre for Developing of Advanced Computing (C-DAC), Pune for setting up of National Resource Centre for EHR Standards (NRCeS).
Being bi-directional, once the results are ready the laboratory transmits them from the LIS back to the referrer's EHR. Even more ideally and specifically, those results should land directly in the patient's laboratory results section in his or her profile in the referrer's EHR, and not in a general inbox requiring someone on the referrer's side to move those results into the patient's record.
"The study found that EHR tools in isolation improved medication reconciliation but worsened blood pressure," the authors write.
This period was selected because it coincided with the period of interaction between the specialized ED EHR (WEB-CHARTS) and the Health System EHR (EPIC).
Electronic Health Record (EHR), one of such popular ICT based systems, is an electronic record system that acts as a depository of patients' past and present medical records.
Major drivers for the market include government support for the adoption of HCIT, growing usage of EHR solutions, and the need to curtail the healthcare costs.
A public university nursing program obtained authorized remote access to a mirror EHR training account from a partner health care system.
In addition, within the EHR market, competitors are combining with a flurry of mergers and acquisitions among vendors.
A call to the EHR vendor, whom she did not name, revealed that the process would be anything but seamless.
Entrada Rhythm allows caregivers and administrators to choose their preferred documentation workflow (speech-to- text, transcription, direct EHR input) and to shift this preference throughout the day as the demands on their time change.
Electronic Health Records or "EHR" are on the rise nationally, partly due to the Federal HITECH Act of 2009, which authorizes incentive payments to encourage their adoption and "meaningful use" In fact, EHRs are rapidly becoming a part of the U.