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August 15, 2011

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When it comes to an electronic health record, there are different views. Think about it, when you go to any sort of medical institution, all they do is scan an identification card or some other method of identification and they have access to your records. While this may seem very efficient (and in fact it would be), some people are apprehensive about having such sensitive information available so quickly.

EMR is about aggregation of patient encounter data at the point of care in order to provide a complete, accurate, and timely view of patient information.

I agree that there should be some uniform rules across the board on EHR so that everyone is on the same page. That will benefit our patients the most.

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