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EMR Systems - A Lifesaver

After many years, the healthcare system has decided to follow other industries by stepping away from paper and going with EMR systems to better manage their patient medical records. Before the rise of EMR systems, there had been many failures when it comes to keeping a patient's record safe. In some cases it was due to negligence on the part of staff when they failed to dispose of the paperwork in a safe environment. Hospitals and doctors have been embarrassed to find out that hundreds and sometimes thousands of medical records ended up in a dumpster for anyone to find and steal.

Easy, But Secure Document Access

In the electronic systems there are a lot of documents that are temporarily stored so that medical personnel can have easy access to them. These documents are always easy to read and they are right there when you need them. In a paper system, files are often misplaced and this can be dangerous if a doctor needs the files to know which medication a patient is taking in order to prevent prescribing something new that can cause an adverse interaction.

No Need For Storage

The electronic medical record architecture can hold a lot of data in a small amount of space, so offices will have more room for important instruments, once all or most of the paper has been removed. The database functions in EMR systems usually consist of any health problems a patient faced in the past, their current conditions, allergies, immunizations and medications they may be currently taking.

Paperless EMR systems can vastly improve the efficiency of a hospital by combining records and tasks that were once separated. Linking different aspects of patients files and information can save time that is better spent taking care of the patient instead of rummaging through paper trying to find a lost file.

Workstation Or Web Bases

Depending on the situation, a doctor can choose to get a system that is placed in the building or they can use an EMR system that they can access over the internet. Despite this small difference, both types work the same and offer the same benefits to the patient, doctor and hospital.

If you want to run a smoother medical practice, an EMR system is something that you should have. It has quite a number of real world benefits. More importantly, it cuts down on costly and the kind of deadly mistakes that are made every day due to the fault of paper files and human error. High quality EMR systems that contain all of your patient's electronic medical records not only save time and money, it can also save lives.

Gaining the benefits of the Electronic Medical Records Group MediRange system is easier than you might think. To get a better view of the system, please apply for a demo here. Or, if you have any questions about the MediRange suite of medical software products, or adopting an electronic medical record software system in your practice, please contact us here.

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