INTUITIVE MEDICAL DOCUMENT - CERTIFIED EHR SYSTEM.

This Complete EHR is 2014 Edition Compliant and has been certified by an ONC-ACB in accordance with the applicable certification criteria adopted by the Secretary of Health and Human Services. This certification does not represent an endorsement by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services."
Electronic health records (EHRs) bring together your individual information registered with health care providers (your family doctor, specialist, health care team) and the provincial health care plan. Eventually, EHRs will include data from hospital information systems, community care clinics and other providers as well. Improved security of confidential health information through modern, encrypted data protection systems

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EHR LINKED TO MUCH BETTER QUALITY CARE

by Source - Medical News Today | | Article Date: 17 Oct 2012 - 11:00 PDT

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Doctors who go digital do appear to provide significantly better health care, researchers from Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, reported in theJournal of General Internal Medicine.
US health authorities as well as the federal government itself are pushing doctors, clinics and health centers to move into the digital world. The US government has introduced incentives worth up to $29 billion for "meaningful" use of EHRs(electronic health records). Health authorities say with such modern technology doctors, clinics and hospitals will be able to better track and improve patient outcomes.
The uptake of electronic health records in the USA has been much slower than in other developed nations, such as the United Kingdom. However, over the last two years doctors, clinics and hospitals have caught up rapidly. In February 2012, Kathleen Sebelius, US Secretary for Health and Human Services announced that American hospitals have doubled their usage of electronic health records over the last two years..

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U.S. HOSPITALS TRIPLE USE OF EHR

by Source HealthDay News:By Dennis Thompson | | Article Date: July 8, 2013 - 11:00 PDT

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Doctors who go digital do appear to provide significantly better health care, researchers from Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, reported in theJournal of General Internal Medicine.
US health authorities as well as the federal government itself are pushing doctors, clinics and health centers to move into the digital world. The US government has introduced incentives worth up to $29 billion for "meaningful" use of EHRs(electronic health records). Health authorities say with such modern technology doctors, clinics and hospitals will be able to better track and improve patient outcomes.
The uptake of electronic health records in the USA has been much slower than in other developed nations, such as the United Kingdom. However, over the last two years doctors, clinics and hospitals have caught up rapidly. In February 2012, Kathleen Sebelius, US Secretary for Health and Human Services announced that American hospitals have doubled their usage of electronic health records over the last two years..

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EHR- MAKE-OR-BREAK YEAR

by Source Bloomberg Business Week By Suzanne Allard Levingston | | Article Date: November 14, 2013 - 11:00 PDT

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Doctors who go digital do appear to provide significantly better health care, researchers from Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, reported in theJournal of General Internal Medicine.
US health authorities as well as the federal government itself are pushing doctors, clinics and health centers to move into the digital world. The US government has introduced incentives worth up to $29 billion for "meaningful" use of EHRs(electronic health records). Health authorities say with such modern technology doctors, clinics and hospitals will be able to better track and improve patient outcomes.
The uptake of electronic health records in the USA has been much slower than in other developed nations, such as the United Kingdom. However, over the last two years doctors, clinics and hospitals have caught up rapidly. In February 2012, Kathleen Sebelius, US Secretary for Health and Human Services announced that American hospitals have doubled their usage of electronic health records over the last two years..

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