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Old 15th June 2018, 11:51 AM
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What do you mean by EMR in MBA in Healthcare Management reference would you plz let me know about the same as my one of the friend asking me about the same ??
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As you asking I am telling EMR stand for Electronic Medical Record is the systematized collection of patient and population electronically-stored health information in a digital format in MBA in Healthcare Management reference, Electronic Medical Record (EMR) is becoming a national standard. Not only is an EMR becoming the standard, it is also slowly becoming a Federal requirement for the way that patient data is to be collected, stored and accessed.

Technical features

Digital formatting enables information to be used and shared over secure networks

Track care (e.g. prescriptions) and outcomes (e.g. blood pressure)

Trigger warnings and reminders

Send and receive orders, reports, and results

Decrease billing processing time and create more accurate billing system

Standards

ASC X12 (EDI) transaction protocols used for transmitting patient data. Popular in the United States for transmission of billing data.

CEN's TC/251 provides EHR standards in Europe including:

EN 13606, communication standards for EHR information

CONTSYS (EN 13940), supports continuity of care record standardization.

HISA (EN 12967), a services standard for inter-system communication in a clinical information environment.

Continuity of Care Record ASTM International Continuity of Care Record standard

DICOM an international communications protocol standard for representing and transmitting radiology (and other) image-based data, sponsored by NEMA (National Electrical Manufacturers Association)

HL7 a standardized messaging and text communications protocol between hospital and physician record systems, and between practice management systems

Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) a modernized proposal from HL7 designed to provide open, granular access to medical information

ISO ISO TC 215 provides international technical specifications for EHRs. ISO 18308 describes EHR architectures

xDT a family of data exchange formats for medical purposes that is used in the German public health system.

The U.S. federal government has issued new rules of electronic health records
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