Electronic health records software, some referred to as EHR (Electronic Health Records), is a hospital clinical database management system, DMS. This software seeks to improve patient care through efficiency, rapid data retrieval, productivity and revenue growth, and reduced operating costs. The EHR solution is at the heart of any computer health information tool that provides essentially superior quality patient care for all purposes and purposes, reducing medical errors, delays and patient management.
There are three types of medical document management solutions, namely, Paper Graphs, Spreadsheet Files, and OpenMRS EMR Applications. Paper and spreadsheet files have certain limitations to their performance and storage availability. For example, Excel generated VBA spindles can lose data and effectively store records of only 100 patients. There are some references from different users that suggest that Microsoft Office Excel 2003 can do a better job of doing the analysis with rotating tables than a table that combines multiple spreadsheets. Thus, complex data takes a lot of time to analyze. Although the paper design does not limit the number of patient records stored and recorded, it does not have enough flexibility to treat complex diseases such as human immunodeficiency virus (TB) and tuberculosis (TB).
OpenMRS (Open Source Medical Records Systems) is an online program that consists of a web integrated DMS database and has no limitations to the previous two. It traces patients' treatments, laboratory data management, reporting and analysis, pharmaceutical stock management and decision support. This is very adaptive, cheap and adaptable and sometimes free. This system allows users to make modifications in order to fit their needs and capabilities versatility. You can also use it offline when there is a problem on the Internet or low-speed Internet connection, as it has a synchronization feature that allows integration, so offline is downloaded by the online database.
Electronic health records can be classified into two categories; client server or web-based. Web-based EMR offers a broad range of solutions for cloud computing, free online systems, shareware, open source systems, and so on. For her, while client-server is the traditional choice for many office and long-term caregivers, it is positioned and maintained on the owner's server. Most client-server EMR software packages are great and well-known
When sorting the system, you must take into account your clinical size, medical specialty, and availability of funds for your project, and then select the best system that is the best in the environment and the highest hospital and the most outstanding features of the EMR software
With all these in mind when choosing EMR software from a wide range of endless product solutions, the best and most recommended EMR software is those that have an ONC-ATCB certificate or a CCHIT certificate.