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•Simultaneous, remote access to patient from many locations
•Legibility of record—no handwriting
•Safer data—backup and disaster recovery system, so less prone to data loss
•Patient data confidentiality—authorized use can be restricted and monitored automatically
•Simultaneous, remote access to patient from many locations
•Legibility of record—no handwriting
•Safer data—backup and disaster recovery system, so less prone to data loss
•Patient data confidentiality—authorized use can be restricted and monitored automatically
•Flexible data layout—can recall data in any order (chronologically or in reverse chronological order)
•Integration with other information resources
•Incorporation of electronic data—can automatically capture physiological data from bedside monitors, laboratory analyzers, and imaging devices
•Continuous data processing—check and filter the data for errors, summarize and interpret data, and issue alerts and/or reminders
•Assisted search—can search free-text or structured data to find a specific data value or to determine whether a particular item has been recorded previously
•Greater range of data output modalities—data can be presented to users via computer-generated voice, two-way pagers, e-mail, and smartphones
•Tailored paper output—data can be printed using a variety of fonts, colors, and sizes to help focus the clinician's attention on the most important data; images can be included to help see a more complete "picture" of the patient's condition
•Always up to date