This definition appears very frequently
and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of EPR
Samples in periodicals archive:
Electronic patient records and neonatal and obstetric databases were accessed to obtain data.
As the use of portable electronic patient records becomes more popular, we envision patients carrying their medical records as two files," said Ed Cuellar, director of marketing at SanDisk.
Cloud (Minnesota) Hospital, a member of CentraCare Health System, has selected ChartMaxx(TM) as its enterprise-wide electronic patient record system.
This ability to access and store both clinical and demographic data in an electronic patient record will provide our physician customers with a unique industry-leading solution that adds great value and efficiency to their practices.
Electronic patient records containing critical health data, including medical history, known allergies, and medications, can be viewed and updated by care providers when and where necessary.
NASDAQ/NMS: BITI), a leader in Personal Health Management Solutions, announced today that it received the first-place award in the Personal Health Record Systems category at the Towards the Electronic Patient Record (TEPR) conference.
The TEPR Conference and Exhibition has worked to advance electronic patient records for 22 years, providing attendees with a comprehensive educational program and an exhibition showcasing nearly 200 leading EHR/EMR and related technology vendors.
PCTS will be demonstrating its automatic tracking software at the Towards the Electronic Patient Record conference in Baltimore on May 20-24.