Electronic Health Records

An electronic Health record (EHR) is a person's legitimate health archive that is shared among numerous offices and organizations. The importance of EHRs is getting to be expanding compelling as more patient data winds up computerized and bigger quantities of consumers express a craving to have portable access to their Health records. Among other types of data, an EHR typically contains:
Contact information; Information about visits to healthcare professionals; Insurance information; Family history; Immunization status; Information about any conditions or diseases; A list of medications; Records of hospitalization; Information about any surgeries or procedures performed.

  • e-Prescriptions
  • Radiology Images And Reports
  • Lab Test Data
  • Disease Classification And Indexing
  • e-Patient Records

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