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EMRs: Your Transition From Paper

October 24, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE:  amednews.com

During the change to an electronic medical record system, the focus for many practices is on how data will be collected, stored and analyzed going forward. But in most cases, there are many years’ worth of historical data in paper files that physicians will need post-EMR.

Many practices are left wondering what data should be transferred to the EMR and how. And what happens to the data that remain on paper?

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