Questions related to EMR
Health information structures (PHR, EMR, EHR and others) integrate and converge must comply with the processing of internal, external, administrative, clinical and personal data. These frameworks can allow data providers and data management or patient-centric information to be segmented according to access needs and data owners.
Traditionally, the databases dedicated to the recording of electronic medical records (EMR) have been monolithic, centralized and isolated. The evolution of data architectures and their distributed location in the Cloud, motivate us to consider them as an excellent option for timely and secure access; however, we wonder what legal implications this suggested scenario might have. Generally, EMR information is treated with great caution, reserve and even fear of the legal consequences of potential lawsuits that doctors and health centers may suffer for disclosing health information belonging to patients or for mishandling it.
" Implementation of Electronic Nose in the hospital to detect dangerous and harmful bacteria". This could help to detect and therefore prevent contamination of other patient or equipment by many highly contagious pathogens.
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Over the past few decades our medical knowledge has increased. More investigative and treatment options are available; as a result our patients are living lon- ger and we are dealing with more chronic conditions.
There was certainly a lot of hope that EMR would, and quite a lot of money and effort expended based on that hope. Electronic medical records were specifically identified as critical to quality improvement activities.
We need tools that improve access to information and relationships. We have had to transform how we practice, and the EMR, with its associated information technology, has facilitated that transformation.
However, there is still little conclusive evidence that EMR positively affected healthcare services.
There are systematic reviews that have explored the barriers and facilitators that influence the success of EMR adoption. I am looking for other research topic ideas for a systematic review related to electronic medical records? Thank you.
Any answer with solid proof. As it right that Electronic Medical Record(EMR) is more comprehensive than Electronic Health Record(EHR)?
I am looking for a platform for an efficient implementation of a Electronic Medical Records or Electronic Health Records
For research purpose, i need healthcare data set. From where i can find patient related all data such as demographic, EHR, EMR and genomics?
Also what are survey tools to assess reasons and barriers to their reporting their blood glucose and blood pressures via the portal?
Radiology instruments such as MRI machines generates images in proprietary format and push it to PACS server in general (vendor-neutral) format DICOM. How is this image transferred to a clinic and attached to patient's progress notes of EMR software?
Some streetlights are deliberately manufactured to provide illumination with a reddish color. Based on the EMR and spectral reflectance relationship, can you suggest why?
If you use computers at work or at home, or both, then computers may be your biggest source of electromagnetic radiation (EMR) . Could this radiation threaten your health?
Computers today generate both low-frequency and radio-frequency EMR. Both types of radiation are potentially harmful – even the World Health Organisation now calls them possible carcinogens (i.e. they may cause cancer).
Is this radiation has been linked with many serious diseases or not ?
- Heart Disease
- Hormone imbalances
- Damage to nerves, immune system and reproductive systems.
I need some data sources related to early prediction of a diabetics. The data needs to be huge so that i can test my model on it.
More details on the question:
- It should be recent, interdisciplinary research.
- Light is not included in the EMR scope.
- The targeted technical experts/EMR specialists could be physicists, electrical/electronical engineers, EMR consultants,...
We are looking for technical experts or scientists interested to be part of a consultation/expert group on identifying knowledge gaps related to the impacts of EMR on flora and fauna (expecially on wildlife, insects, and plants).
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Hi to everybody
please guide me about how to use UMLS in electronic medical record application. of course in real time use.
Is there any EMR vendor that use of UMLS as its vocabulary and user could search about a concept in it? Is there an software tools that Doctor(as user) could use it during visit patient or it doesn't design for doctors and it is only for researcher and secondary use?
Calmatives are the chemical substances which acts on the central nervous system depressing the activity of the person, inducing sleep.Can you please add your valuable suggestions enlightening the activity and advantages of Calmatives and what all chemicals can be used in the preparation of Calmatives?
Good Evening Colleagues,
I am developing a structured questionnaire to capture if Information and Communication Technology can be used effectively to improve the state of Public Healthcare in India. The idea is to assess the actions related to Telemedicine, EHR, EMR in hospitals. I would survey the Doctors for use of ICT in Diagnosis or Prescription, Operators in use of ICT tools and the patients to study their opinion. Is there already a validated questionnaire for this?