A recent Institute of Medicine report found that implementation of electronic medical record systems could reduce the tens of thousands of deaths and injuries caused by medical mistakes each year.
What does EMRS stand for?
EMRS stands for Electronic Medical Record System
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We have 24 other meanings of EMRS in our Acronym Attic
- Equivalent Monopole Radiated Power
- European Metrology Research and Development Programme (EU funded programme)
- Extension Module Regional Processor
- Eastern Massachusetts Regional Planning Project
- East Midlands Railway Photographic Society (UK)
- Electromagnetic Radiation Producing Substance
- EFAMRO Market Research Quality Standards
- European Market Research Quality Standards
- Ecosystem Management and Restoration Research Program (US Army Corps of Engineers)
- Electromagnetic Radiation System
- Emergency Management Response System (US FEMA)
- Emergency Medical Radio Service (FCC)
- Emergency Medicine Research Society
- Engineering Management Reporting System (NOAA)
- Enhanced Media Resource Server (Lucent)
- European Maritime Reporting System
- European Materials Research Society
- Epidemic Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus
- Emergency Management and Response Team (various organizations)
- Emergency Medical Response Team (US Army; Medical Command)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Garthwaite hopes he can implement an electronic medical record system that will significantly improve patient care, reduce paperwork and speed the operations of LACDHS facilities.
Allina's electronic medical record system allows physicians and other caregivers immediate access to comprehensive medical record information on patients regardless of where within the Allina system they have been seen in the past.
FORT WORTH, Texas -- North Texas Specialty Physicians (NTSP), a multi-specialty Independent Physician Association (IPA) serving nearly 600 doctors, announced today that in early 2007 it will begin implementing an electronic medical record system using an integrated data exchange model.
The Massachusetts Medical Society's commitment to this technology is a testament to the value of implementing electronic medical record systems.
CareManager, which was recently honored in the AMGA 2005 Acclaim Award and won the 2004 DMAA eHealth Leadership Award, integrates with electronic medical record systems and empowers physicians to deliver proactive and coordinated healthcare based on existing clinical data.
Abbott Northwestern is the second Allina hospital to transition away from paper processes and begin using an electronic medical record system that will ultimately be shared by all of Allina's 76 sites, including 11 hospitals and 65 clinics.
Our research indicates that consumers have become aware of the potential benefits of electronic medical records, and we believe this shift creates opportunities for health providers and health plans to take steps toward implementing electronic medical record systems," said Lewis Redd, a partner in Accenture's Health & Life Sciences practice.