Op-Ed: Breaking Through Healthcare’s Aversion to Change

Op-Ed: Breaking Through Healthcare’s Aversion to Change
Even technology that has been adopted, such as electronic health records (EHRs), contribute to a fragmented healthcare system that makes sharing information cumbersome and inefficient. Take for example the wildly successful EPIC EHR. Currently, 190 million …
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Electronic Health Records May Help Customize Medical Treatments
Chances are your doctor has stopped taking notes with pen and paper and moved to computer records. That is supposed to help coordinate your care. Increasingly, researchers are also exploring these computerized records for medical studies and gleaning facts …
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Electronic Health Records & Your Data: Where Does It All Go?
Technology allows doctors to view their patient’s data at the touch of a screen. Viewing records through an electronic health record (such as a radiology information system,) they are able to swiftly access past medical history and vital imaging that could …
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