From detailed guides to online courses – resources are available to provide you with the knowledge necessary to build and integrate EHR applications.
When delivering services, providers need a comprehensive, up-to-date view of a patient’s entire health history. This view should include information from all health care disciplines, regulated and non-regulated, including encounter history, assessments, diagnostic results, consultations, hospital reports, medication history, lab test results, allergies, and immunizations.
Clinical health care data has traditionally been captured and stored across multiple health care organizations, in different physical locations and on different, incompatible computer systems and paper files. It is often stored in different paper and electronic formats, which use different terminology, and are owned and managed by different entities using different standards and technologies. This can have significant impact on the timely delivery of health care, such as:
Providing authorized access to health care information at any time or from any location would significantly benefit both providers and patients, but requires EHR systems to be interoperable. Interoperability refers to the ability of systems to connect to and exchange and process data from other systems – so information sent from one system can be understood by another.Back to Top
Multiple views describe the many ways the blueprint supports EHR delivery.
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