Edited by a professor at Harvard Medical School who has extensive experience in this field, this important and timely book presents a variety of perspectives on the organization of patient medical records around patient problems, presenting a more effective problem-oriented approach rather than the traditional data-oriented approach. It is comprehensive, covering the history and importance of the electronic health record, the attitudes toward and use of problem lists, strategies to improve the problem list, and applications in practice of the problem list.Further investigation of our case revealed that the EMR had been adopted by the patienta#39;s primary care physician 1 ... In this instance, moonlighting residents were paid to review the records and update problem lists for patients seen in theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Clinical Problem Lists in the Electronic Health Record|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2014-11-24|