Lawrence Weed's seminal New England Journal of Medicine established the fundamental concept behind a problem-oriented medical record.
What does POMR stand for?
POMR stands for Problem-Oriented Medical Record
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We have 4 other meanings of POMR in our Acronym Attic
- Protection of the Mother of God (Rochester, NY)
- Peace of Mind Project (the Alliance on Mental Illness)
- Performance Outcomes Measures Project (US AoA)
- Pervasive Object Model Project (computing)
- Point of Maximum Potential
- Principal Outer Membrane Protein (molecular biology)
- Private Ownership and Management Program (New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development)
- Partially Observable Markov Decision Process
- Peace of Mind Property Services (Antigua property management firm)
- Principles of Marketing Research (University of Georgia)
- Process Oriented Memory Resolution (psychology)
- Pollution Monitoring Regional Activity Centre (NOWPAP)
- Paperless Order Management System
- Parents Over My Shoulder (chat)
- Part of My Story
- Patrol Order Management System
- Performance Operations Management System
- Performance Outcome Management System (health care database)
- Pilgrim Overseas Missionary Society (St. Albans, New York)
- Polar Operational Meteorological Satellite
Samples in periodicals archive:
The SOAP (subjective, objective, assessment/analysis, plan) format was derived from the problem-oriented medical record (POMR) proposed by Lawrence Weed in 1968.
Melnick returned home to an internship and residency at the University of Vermont, where he was drawn to the work of Lawrence Weed, pioneer of something called "The Problem-Oriented Medical Record.