-Those with special clearance may view the EHR off-site to note changes in patient condition or to order necessary laboratory tests, diagnostic studies, or medications.
-Computerization ensures that all entries are legible and time dated.
-It enables the graphing of trends in vital signs or assessment data.
-It minimizes compliance issues because programs will not let nurses enter data until they have completed all required fields. T.
-Some programs create plans of care from entered assessment data.
- increased accessibility beyond the primary institution.
-uniform access to a single patient record, allowing greater accuracy and improved care. \ -
-allowing patients to share complete health information with any practitioner, regardless of institutional affiliation or time and place when care was originally provided.
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