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Leadership Vision: To have EHR (Electronic Health Records) at 90% of Healthcare Facilities in U.S.by 2015
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LEADERSHIP VISION: TO HAVE EHR (ELECTRONIC HEALTH RECORDS) AT 90% OF HEALTHCARE FACILITIES IN U.S.BY 2015 (19 July 2011) LEADERSHIP VISION: TO HAVE EHR (ELECTRONIC HEALTH RECORDS) AT 90% OF HEALTHCARE FACILITIES IN U.S.BY 2015 There is a revolution in the healthcare facilities in United States and around the world especially in maintaining records.
My vision in nursing leadership is the use of technology especially the Electronic Health Records (EHR) by the year 2015 and the healthcare sector in US can show a tremendous growth. The efforts to achieve this goal need to be worked out and the nursing community plays a major role in achieving this goal. At this point of time it becomes essential to understand the terms Electronic Health Record (EHR) and Electronic Patient Record (EPR). “EPR refers to a documentation of periodic care, held by a single provider concerning a single person and is patient centred” (Martin, et al., 2008), while EHR refers to the fully incorporated documentations of the patient’s whole medical past and involve electronic collection of patient’s health and health care – from birth to death. In order to have change in the health sector the EHR need to be incorporated into nursing practice in education and health care systems. EHR merge information from diverse care settings held in different systems and in some cases aggregates the information and display them as a single record. Future patient record systems must support patient’s healthcare, assist to advance its value, have an impact to get better efficiency of healthcare personnel and reduce expenditure. ...
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