Author(s): Uto Y, Iwaanakuchi T, Muranaga F, Kumamoto I, Uto Y, Iwaanakuchi T, Muranaga F, Kumamoto I
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Abstract In Japan, POS (problem oriented system) is recommended in the clinical guideline. Therefore, the records are mainly made by SOAP. We developed a system mainly with a function which enabled our staff members of all kinds of professions including doctors to enter the patients' clinical information as an identical record, regardless if they were outpatients or inpatients, and to observe the contents chronologically. This electric patient record system is called "e-kanja recording system". On this system, all staff members in the medical team can now share the same information. Moreover, the contents can be reviewed by colleagues; the quality of records has been improved as it is evaluated by the others.
This article was published in Stud Health Technol Inform
and referenced in Internal Medicine: Open Access