Posts Tagged with ehr

by adgrooms on April 27, 2019

Last night I had a dream that I was at the hospital and they were short on doctors. It was a weird one with a couple random high school buddies I haven’t talked to in many years. One of my friends, who actually is a clinical psychologist in real life, threw me a white coat and said “It’s time for you to learn.” After a few minutes of being convinced that I can learn all of med school in a few ...

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by adgrooms on April 26, 2019

Pagers, laptops, desktop computers, rolling mobile desktops, printed sheets, handwritten notes, flash cards…. It really boggles the mind how anything is kept straight in the massive constant flow of information and communication around a 770 bed hospital serving almost 30,000 inpatients per year between 550 physicians.

We had the opportunity to watch a residency program in action. From ...

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by jantzl on April 17, 2019

We just attended the Academic Internal Medicine Week in Philadelphia and came back so inspired by the people that we met and conversations that we had. We learned from Coordinators, Chiefs, and Directors from all over the country. Every conversation was a valued opportunity to learn. We met HealthTech innovators from secure chat that can ...

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by jantzl on April 13, 2019

If you search for the difference between EHR and EMR, you'll find other sites that answer this question.

Some sites will define EHR as holistic and EMR as a narrower view. Another way this is explained is that EHR is interoperable and portable, while EMR was built to be an institutional record, in a single practice.

I don't know if everyone who reads this difference sees the same ...

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by jantzl on April 11, 2019

The people working on the frontlines of healthcare have been raising issues about EHRs for frankly too many years now. A great multi-part article (which is an excerpt from a great book) from 2015 ...

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