distil dis·till also dis·til
v. dis·tilled also dis·tilled, dis·till·ing also dis·til·ling, dis·tills also dis·tils
1. To subject (a substance) to distillation.
2. their requirements into solutions that will serve their needs today while preparing them for inevitable changes in the long term.
Scope of this title:
– EHRs are a catalyst for the healthcare industry but the landscape is in EHR (Electronic Health Records) Computerized medical records that bring patient care into the digital age and save time, money and lives. The push to adopt comprehensive electronic documentation between doctors’ offices and hospital settings intensified after the RAND systems should meet fundamental requirements
– Vendor solutions should address six categories of features
Industry efforts to define electronic health records form a valuable foundation for discussions in the US and globally. Nevertheless, too much market noise creates confusion and slows down the process of EHR adoption. Vendors need to keep fundamental objectives of EHRs in mind to develop a compelling solution & value proposition for customers.
Reasons to order your copy:
– Distil industry noise into salient features for electronic health records
v to move the teeth into their proper positions to conform to the line of occlusion. your healthcare solution with the pain points of the industry
– Highlight compelling electronic health record value propositions
Key topics covered:
– EHRs are a catalyst for the healthcare industry but the landscape is in flux
– Multiple terms and definitions Information sharing See data conferencing. should drive technology decisions
– Using information to effect change in the industry
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