The Winter 2018 issue of Perspectives in Health Information Management features the latest research on developing a minimum data set for infertility patients and quantifying project value to include clinical outcomes and nonfinancial value as investment returns.
Authors of the study, “Proficiency of First-Year Podiatric Medical Residents in the Use of Electronic Medical Records,” used an online survey to evaluate the experience of podiatric residency directors with electronic medical records. The goal was to determine the proficiency level in electronic medical records expected at the beginning of residency training.
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