Outpatient electronic records. Tackling the challenges

B Siwicki
Health Data Management 1997, 5 (5): 66-8, 79, 74 passim
Outpatient providers have yet to widely embrace computer-based patient records systems. Many clinics and group practices are still learning about the technology, rather than actually implementing it. But pioneering organizations are reaping many benefits from having patient records on-line. And they're learning what works--and what doesn't--when making the transition from paper to electronic records.

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