- protect patient information through continuous security audit, end-to-end data encryption and compliance
An electronic health record (EHR) is a digital version of a patient’s chart which enables authorized users to access and edit patient information in real time, and, unlike an electronic medical record (EMR), provides a more comprehensive overview of a patient’s medical history. EHRs are designed to be shared with miscellaneous organizations involved in patient care, including private practitioners, medical imaging facilities, laboratories and emergency medical services providers, while EMR solutions are intended for internal use only. To unlock the value of health data digitization, several issues should be considered:
Although healthcare organizations’ spending on EHR development is on the rise, over 70% of care providers admit to not using the applications to the full capacity — due to cumbersome data entry, lack of EMR and EHR integration with medical equipment and limited data sourcing, processing and visualization capabilities. Therefore, the indispensable functions of custom or SaaS-based EMR and EHR solutions include:
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