Dental Electronic Records Lag Behind:

by Larry Emmott on December 26, 2011

in Paperless

Here is a link to a recent article I wrote for Medscape.

Current products may do a fine job of creating a digital dental chart. However, these dental chart data are often confined to the specific dental office in which the data are stored. This creates a challenge for multiple offices. Current products make it difficult, if not impossible, to transfer data to another office, even if the other office is using the same PMS. In addition, data cannot be imported into the PMS from an outside source.

via Dental Electronic Records Lag Behind: The Effect of Electronic Health Records on the Use of Clinical Care Guidelines for Patients With Medically Complex Conditions.

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