- EMRs are designed to collect increasingly detailed customer information.
- EMRs are designed to facilitate market research.
- EMRs are designed to standardize and automate transactional complexity.
- EMRs are designed to smooth handoffs across the supply chain.
- EMRs are designed to orchestrate and monitor production lines.
- EMRs are designed to minimize production costs and maximize revenues.
- EMRs are designed to provide quality assurance based on exact specifications.
- EMRs are designed to prevent and quickly detect malfunction and non-compliance with specifications.
The Data Agenda
Recent news following up on 10 Things to Know about Certified EHRs:
3. EHR Risks
5. Data Sources
Thursday, September 26, 2013
The Purpose of EMRs
EMRs are not designed for patient care because our medical system is no longer designed for patient care. Our medical system is being redesigned to provide health services to consumers, and EMRs are morphing into superb tools for a service industry.
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