Evaluate your EHR for improved quality

Community Hospital Blog
by Amy Boykin, SVP Quality, Patient Safety and Care Management, CHC

Across the country, hospitals continue to make significant investments in the implementation, enhancement and use of electronic health records (EHRs). The use of EHRs to coordinate and share more complete patient information is widely recognized as a way to improve quality of care and patient safety. However, EHRs can also be a new source of medical errors with the potential for patient harm. Click here to conintue >>

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