Free EMR — What Does it Bring to the Table?
I am a huge proponent for making health IT technology free to use. Electronic Medical Records (EMRs) offer great promise but often require significant investment of both providers time and money. With the cloud EMR making its way into the mix, market schematics have been altered to a great extent. Accessible remotely through the use of a web browser and an internet connection, the web-based EMR does not require lengthy installation procedures whereas costs are also cut down significantly. Since the application is hosted externally, providers do not need to worry about issues such as internal networking and data security. Access based logins can be used to restrict the information flow, whereas backups can be made at the vendors end as well. The SaaS model is also more affordable as there... [via Medcity News]
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