The national "meaningful use" guidelines have been developed to serve as a standard for effectively using electronic health records and to help facilitate more Medicare and Medicaid providers to join in the "digital" transformation of the health care system.
What does EHR stand for?
EHR stands for Electronic Health Records
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
See other definitions of EHR
We have 62 other meanings of EHR in our Acronym Attic
- Environmental Hazard Quotient (ecological risk assessment)
- Espace Horizon Qualité (French instruction company)
- European Headquarters
- European History Quarterly (publication)
- European Hospitality Quality Scheme (tourism)
- Extreme High Quality (video)
- Eyemouth Herring Queen (festival in Scotland)
- European High Quality Centre (Netherlands)
- Even-Harmonic Quadrature Mixer
- Education and Human Resources
- Electronic Human Resource
- Employer Health Register (Work Loss Data Institute)
- English Historical Review (UK)
- Enhanced Hydrocarbon Recovery (Canada)
- Ensemble Harmonique de Rungis (French musical association)
- Environmental Health Review
- Equalities and Human Rights (UK)
- Équipement Hors Route (French: Off Road Equipment; Canada)
- Equipment History Record (OPNAVINST 4790.2)
- Evangelicals for Human Rights (National Religious Campaign against Torture)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Department of Health & Human Services awarded CCHIT a three-year contract to develop and evaluate certification criteria and create an inspection process for HIT in three areas: ambulatory electronic health records for office-based physicians or providers, inpatient electronic health records for hospitals and health systems, and the network components through which ambulatory and inpatient providers interact and share information.
health insurance industry; the federal government recently proposed changes to its regulations that ultimately could make it less costly and easier for doctors to adopt electronic health records and electronic prescription technology.