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Electronic Medical Records

A Practical Guide for Primary Care

Skolnik, Neil S. (Ed.)

2011, XIV, 154p.

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From the reviews:

“The current state of affairs in the national debate over the need for, and how to adopt, an electronic medical record, while recognizing the difficulties, costs, and other impediments to implementing such a system. … This is a book for every medical practice, primary care and specialist, that is facing the questions of should they implement an electronic medical record system, and when and how they should do it.” (Vincent F. Carr, Doody’s Review Service, March, 2011)

“Neil Skolnik and his coauthors have written a timely book designed to guide family practitioners through the process of selecting and implementing a practice EMR. … the book should be useful to a broad audience. Many of the topics about the selection and implementation process can also apply to physicians in specialties … . Electronic Medical Records: A Practical Guide for Primary Care have done an exceptionally good job of walking the physician inexperienced in the use of EMRs through the acquisition process.” (David Chou, Journal of the American Medical Association, May, 2011)



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