EMR and The Patient

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, October 12, 2009 Under: medical
A credit report is used by credit card companies to report absentee payment with regards to it's customer base.  This report is used as a reference when one is considering a loan or the purchase of an item. It tells information with regard to a persons credit history, and thus the nature for its use as a factor of approval for any financial request from the applicant.

Patient access EMR should function in the same way. If a physician uses a website or EMR company to create and maintain patient information electronically, the patient in turn should legally have access to those records via the internet at any time he or she needs access to them.

The credit bureau or reporting agencies maintain public files of ones credit history as they now allow a person to go online to view their credit report once a year at no charge. This in essence should be of avail to any patient requesting a copy of his or her medical records once a year and any time in between.

A national database for patients should be implemented for those who want a yearly track of all visits, tests, procedures, physician notes as patients should become involved with their health and accurate record keeping. This would avoid the confusion of tracking down and receiving physician documents, especially when a patient visits several doctors or is from out of town or state and perhaps country. When a patient initially requests a copy of his or her test, the test may not be prepared for copy at the time of request and be it all when medical personel become extremely busy requests may not be recieved by the patient as originally requested. Which is similar to having more than one credit card or account. At times it becomes difficult to manage and track everything being charged and paid for.

The national database for patient EMR would require  a login, password social security verification as lots of websites do when a person signs up or logs in to access personal information. Once that person is registered, the patient world begin by requesting records either by visit date(s), physician, type of test, hospital or facility. The database would retrieve all information requested from the patient and all the patient has to do is print it or save it to transportable media for their records. This would also apply to copies of x-rays or digital medial obtained during screenings of persons ie. mammograms, ultrasounds, echocardiograms, CT and MRI's. The national database for patient EMR would be able to communicate with all types of EMR systems thus being able to obtain and compile all medical records involving a patient.

The national database for patient EMR is great for emergency visits to a hospital if and when you are out of state and have to visit a doctor or hospital. One may obtain necessary copies of his or her medical history and bring them along during travel. This may save valuable time and energy so that you no longer have to contact a physician's office while you are away for copies to be sent or if you decide to use another physician- no more hassles regarding medical records the national database for patient EMR is all you need.

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EMR and The Patient

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, October 12, 2009 Under: medical
A credit report is used by credit card companies to report absentee payment with regards to it's customer base.  This report is used as a reference when one is considering a loan or the purchase of an item. It tells information with regard to a persons credit history, and thus the nature for its use as a factor of approval for any financial request from the applicant.

Patient access EMR should function in the same way. If a physician uses a website or EMR company to create and maintain patient information electronically, the patient in turn should legally have access to those records via the internet at any time he or she needs access to them.

The credit bureau or reporting agencies maintain public files of ones credit history as they now allow a person to go online to view their credit report once a year at no charge. This in essence should be of avail to any patient requesting a copy of his or her medical records once a year and any time in between.

A national database for patients should be implemented for those who want a yearly track of all visits, tests, procedures, physician notes as patients should become involved with their health and accurate record keeping. This would avoid the confusion of tracking down and receiving physician documents, especially when a patient visits several doctors or is from out of town or state and perhaps country. When a patient initially requests a copy of his or her test, the test may not be prepared for copy at the time of request and be it all when medical personel become extremely busy requests may not be recieved by the patient as originally requested. Which is similar to having more than one credit card or account. At times it becomes difficult to manage and track everything being charged and paid for.

The national database for patient EMR would require  a login, password social security verification as lots of websites do when a person signs up or logs in to access personal information. Once that person is registered, the patient world begin by requesting records either by visit date(s), physician, type of test, hospital or facility. The database would retrieve all information requested from the patient and all the patient has to do is print it or save it to transportable media for their records. This would also apply to copies of x-rays or digital medial obtained during screenings of persons ie. mammograms, ultrasounds, echocardiograms, CT and MRI's. The national database for patient EMR would be able to communicate with all types of EMR systems thus being able to obtain and compile all medical records involving a patient.

The national database for patient EMR is great for emergency visits to a hospital if and when you are out of state and have to visit a doctor or hospital. One may obtain necessary copies of his or her medical history and bring them along during travel. This may save valuable time and energy so that you no longer have to contact a physician's office while you are away for copies to be sent or if you decide to use another physician- no more hassles regarding medical records the national database for patient EMR is all you need.

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EMR and The Patient

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, October 12, 2009 Under: medical
A credit report is used by credit card companies to report absentee payment with regards to it's customer base.  This report is used as a reference when one is considering a loan or the purchase of an item. It tells information with regard to a persons credit history, and thus the nature for its use as a factor of approval for any financial request from the applicant.

Patient access EMR should function in the same way. If a physician uses a website or EMR company to create and maintain patient information electronically, the patient in turn should legally have access to those records via the internet at any time he or she needs access to them.

The credit bureau or reporting agencies maintain public files of ones credit history as they now allow a person to go online to view their credit report once a year at no charge. This in essence should be of avail to any patient requesting a copy of his or her medical records once a year and any time in between.

A national database for patients should be implemented for those who want a yearly track of all visits, tests, procedures, physician notes as patients should become involved with their health and accurate record keeping. This would avoid the confusion of tracking down and receiving physician documents, especially when a patient visits several doctors or is from out of town or state and perhaps country. When a patient initially requests a copy of his or her test, the test may not be prepared for copy at the time of request and be it all when medical personel become extremely busy requests may not be recieved by the patient as originally requested. Which is similar to having more than one credit card or account. At times it becomes difficult to manage and track everything being charged and paid for.

The national database for patient EMR would require  a login, password social security verification as lots of websites do when a person signs up or logs in to access personal information. Once that person is registered, the patient world begin by requesting records either by visit date(s), physician, type of test, hospital or facility. The database would retrieve all information requested from the patient and all the patient has to do is print it or save it to transportable media for their records. This would also apply to copies of x-rays or digital medial obtained during screenings of persons ie. mammograms, ultrasounds, echocardiograms, CT and MRI's. The national database for patient EMR would be able to communicate with all types of EMR systems thus being able to obtain and compile all medical records involving a patient.

The national database for patient EMR is great for emergency visits to a hospital if and when you are out of state and have to visit a doctor or hospital. One may obtain necessary copies of his or her medical history and bring them along during travel. This may save valuable time and energy so that you no longer have to contact a physician's office while you are away for copies to be sent or if you decide to use another physician- no more hassles regarding medical records the national database for patient EMR is all you need.

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EMR and The Patient

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, October 12, 2009 Under: medical
A credit report is used by credit card companies to report absentee payment with regards to it's customer base.  This report is used as a reference when one is considering a loan or the purchase of an item. It tells information with regard to a persons credit history, and thus the nature for its use as a factor of approval for any financial request from the applicant.

Patient access EMR should function in the same way. If a physician uses a website or EMR company to create and maintain patient information electronically, the patient in turn should legally have access to those records via the internet at any time he or she needs access to them.

The credit bureau or reporting agencies maintain public files of ones credit history as they now allow a person to go online to view their credit report once a year at no charge. This in essence should be of avail to any patient requesting a copy of his or her medical records once a year and any time in between.

A national database for patients should be implemented for those who want a yearly track of all visits, tests, procedures, physician notes as patients should become involved with their health and accurate record keeping. This would avoid the confusion of tracking down and receiving physician documents, especially when a patient visits several doctors or is from out of town or state and perhaps country. When a patient initially requests a copy of his or her test, the test may not be prepared for copy at the time of request and be it all when medical personel become extremely busy requests may not be recieved by the patient as originally requested. Which is similar to having more than one credit card or account. At times it becomes difficult to manage and track everything being charged and paid for.

The national database for patient EMR would require  a login, password social security verification as lots of websites do when a person signs up or logs in to access personal information. Once that person is registered, the patient world begin by requesting records either by visit date(s), physician, type of test, hospital or facility. The database would retrieve all information requested from the patient and all the patient has to do is print it or save it to transportable media for their records. This would also apply to copies of x-rays or digital medial obtained during screenings of persons ie. mammograms, ultrasounds, echocardiograms, CT and MRI's. The national database for patient EMR would be able to communicate with all types of EMR systems thus being able to obtain and compile all medical records involving a patient.

The national database for patient EMR is great for emergency visits to a hospital if and when you are out of state and have to visit a doctor or hospital. One may obtain necessary copies of his or her medical history and bring them along during travel. This may save valuable time and energy so that you no longer have to contact a physician's office while you are away for copies to be sent or if you decide to use another physician- no more hassles regarding medical records the national database for patient EMR is all you need.

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EMR and The Patient

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, October 12, 2009 Under: medical
A credit report is used by credit card companies to report absentee payment with regards to it's customer base.  This report is used as a reference when one is considering a loan or the purchase of an item. It tells information with regard to a persons credit history, and thus the nature for its use as a factor of approval for any financial request from the applicant.

Patient access EMR should function in the same way. If a physician uses a website or EMR company to create and maintain patient information electronically, the patient in turn should legally have access to those records via the internet at any time he or she needs access to them.

The credit bureau or reporting agencies maintain public files of ones credit history as they now allow a person to go online to view their credit report once a year at no charge. This in essence should be of avail to any patient requesting a copy of his or her medical records once a year and any time in between.

A national database for patients should be implemented for those who want a yearly track of all visits, tests, procedures, physician notes as patients should become involved with their health and accurate record keeping. This would avoid the confusion of tracking down and receiving physician documents, especially when a patient visits several doctors or is from out of town or state and perhaps country. When a patient initially requests a copy of his or her test, the test may not be prepared for copy at the time of request and be it all when medical personel become extremely busy requests may not be recieved by the patient as originally requested. Which is similar to having more than one credit card or account. At times it becomes difficult to manage and track everything being charged and paid for.

The national database for patient EMR would require  a login, password social security verification as lots of websites do when a person signs up or logs in to access personal information. Once that person is registered, the patient world begin by requesting records either by visit date(s), physician, type of test, hospital or facility. The database would retrieve all information requested from the patient and all the patient has to do is print it or save it to transportable media for their records. This would also apply to copies of x-rays or digital medial obtained during screenings of persons ie. mammograms, ultrasounds, echocardiograms, CT and MRI's. The national database for patient EMR would be able to communicate with all types of EMR systems thus being able to obtain and compile all medical records involving a patient.

The national database for patient EMR is great for emergency visits to a hospital if and when you are out of state and have to visit a doctor or hospital. One may obtain necessary copies of his or her medical history and bring them along during travel. This may save valuable time and energy so that you no longer have to contact a physician's office while you are away for copies to be sent or if you decide to use another physician- no more hassles regarding medical records the national database for patient EMR is all you need.

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