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Topic: Electronic Medical Records

Top Features of Electronic Health Records Software

Published July 31, 2019
In the medical field, keeping accurate, secure patient records is very important - not only for a smooth flowing practice, but also for maintaining patient health and safety. Furthermore, there are strict federal regulations in place that govern how medical and health information is stored, used, and shared. As a result, practices of all sizes and types are implementing Electronic Health Records (EHR) software to help streamline administrative work and also assure compliance in patient health history and data. Our new whitepaper explains Electronic Health Records (EHR) software (including how it differs from EMR) and highlights the key features and benefits of EHR systems.

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