Unit 3 Medical Office

Unit 3 Medical Office

Unit 3 Assignment: The Advantages of Electronic Medical RecordsView an introduction to the Assignment. Be sure to adjust your audio settings.Review the Assignment Instructions and Grading Rubric.Unit outcomes addressed in this Assignment:Discuss the principles of using the Electronic Medical Record (EMR).Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of an Electronic Medical Record system.Define the meaningful use of Electronic Medical Records.Explore the capabilities of an Electronic Medical Records system.Use office hardware and software to maintain office systems.Course outcomes assessed/addressed in this Assignment:HS210-3: Use electronic medical records to perform operational functions.
GEL-1.2: Demonstrate college-level communication through the composition of original materials in Standard English.

GEL-6.6: Apply research to the field of study.
Instructions
Create a PowerPoint presentation (6–8 slides) with speaker notes outlying some of the advantages for an Electronic Medical System (EMR). Please make sure you list EMR advantages from both the physician and patient perspectives and include how the medical practice demonstrates meaningful use of electronic health records. At least one full slide should discuss the full capabilities of an electronic medical records system. For one of your slides, you must go to the internet and locate a real EMR software vendor. Upon locating a vendor, you must list the name of the EMR software package you selected, and describe some of the benefits the vendor has listed for this product. Please make sure you list the reference for the vendor you select.
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