Electronic Health System: Does it Work Reliably?

Discussion in 'The Watercooler' started by Janette Romano, May 9, 2016.

  1. Janette Romano

    Janette Romano New Member

    I'm doing a part time work for my dearest friend in her health clinic. I was there yesterday and I have observed that my friend is using an electronic system in her prescriptions. If I got it right, she used an iPad. The great thing there is she can easily give medication history and track records easily. By the way, I'm curious about this new electronic system of doctors. Does it work reliably?
  2. Copabanana

    Copabanana Well-Known Member

    I thought you were referring to the electronic health record at first. I have experience with those. Positive. As a patient at least one of doctors uses the electronic prescription system. I have had no problems.
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  3. Janette Romano

    Janette Romano New Member

    Hey there, Copabanana. My doctor friend refers to it as EMR systems but it's just a combination of EHR and practice management software in one. I've tried it but still getting the hang of it. It's much easier than writing on paper or manually entering data into the easy child, though. :)