Abstract or Introduction
An EHR (Electronic Health Records) has been extensively described as a digital-version of the paper register of the patient. Sensibly, EHRs are real-time and records that are patient-centred that produce data instantly along with making it secure to the authorised personnel (HealthIT.GOV). In other words, EHRs are inherently built around a structured digital data that includes the demographics of the patient, status of admission, physical and even diagnostic findings, discharge status, prescriptions amongst other fields.
- Quote paper
- Dr. Mutinda Jackson (Author), 2017, The Impact of Regional Health Information Organizations (RHIOs), Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/437931