A timely revision of the successful First Edition, Aspects of the Electronic Health Record Systems, Second Edition is fully updated to reflect the most current information on CPRs. The purpose of the book is to inform readers about what they want from CPRs and how to go about making their choices. The Second Edition explains typical needs of a variety of stakeholders, describes current and imminent technologies, and assesses the available evidence regarding issues in implementing and using CPRs.
Divided into five important sections--Introduction, The Need, Current State, Technology Infrastructure, and The Future and How to Invent It'”the book provides invaluable information to chief information officers, chief medical informatics officers, medical liaisons to hospital systems, private practitioners, and business managers at academic and non-academic hospitals, care management organizations, and practices. The book could be used in any medical or health informatics course, at any level (undergrad, fellowship, MBA).
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