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Electronic health record, electronic medical record, personal health record -- We decided to see how frequent the use of the term has been over the past 50 years, with an advanced Google timeline search.
24 January 2010 in eHealth, Electronic Medical Records, Quality of healthcare | Permalink
ehr, emr, phr
An electronic medical record is not just a typed record of the patient encounter, but an extremely useful decision support tool. The data can be entered into the EMR via any of the two general mechanisms: direct entry by the physician using point and click templates or transcription of dictated notes.
03 November 2011 at 12:25
It's good to have all this discussion of EMR and EHR here.Thanks.
EMR Medical |
19 May 2010 at 14:23
We still need to describe it more to the public. Even private medical practice needs it.
TBD within 2 weeks |
01 March 2010 at 17:35
Thanks for this analysis. I would have love to have a comment of you to support this finding.
Like Alok Prasad, I found an interesting web that explains the differences between EHR and EMR and how the market uses them :
However, to add to your work, I looked in the Pubmed medical literature database when these terms were used for the first time (according to pubmed mesh and keywords recordings.
Have a look at my blog to see the results :
Adam Mohammed Selamnia
25 January 2010 at 14:37
Even though EMR and EHR are often used interchangeably, there is a difference between them. Visit http://www.revenuexl.com/emr-vs-ehr/ for more details.
Alok Prasad |
25 January 2010 at 09:04
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