Electronic Medical Record
The point of requiring electronic medical records is to make patient information easily accessible. But in Northwest Indiana, that hasn't happened yet.
INDIANAPOLIS | Hoosier parents will no longer need to rely on a list of dates handwritten by a doctor to know whether their child has received all of his or her vaccinations.
MERRILLVILLE | A majority of Northwest Indiana's hospitals are working with the nation's largest electronic health information exchange to connect hospitals and physicians to important patient information.
When choosing health care, people look for convenience of service and quality of care. There is no shortage of either in Northwest Indiana. There are outpatient centers, clinics and hospitals conveniently located throughout the area to meet the health care needs of patients.
Health care providers are facing a major change in the way they keep records, so it's not surprising they are nervous about the switch. They need help to make sure the implementation goes smoothly.
MERRILLVILLE | A guest speaker at the next meeting of the Northwest Indiana Healthcare Council intends to help council members become more efficient and receive financial incentives by becoming "meaningful users" of electronic medical records.
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