Electronic Medical Records: A Nursing Perspective

New e-book overviews EMR implementation, facts that every nurse should know

“An electronic medical record (EMR) is a digital version of a paper chart that contains all of a patient’s medical history from one practice.” – HealthIT.gov

“Electronic Medical Records: A Nursing Perspective,” our latest e-book, examines the pivotal role EMRs play in daily workflows, and how they affect quality of care and a hospital’s profitability. This downloadable guide will serve as comprehensive overview to EMR implementation and basic facts that every nurse should be aware of, with links to additional reading materials sprinkled throughout each section.

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