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Synonyms for record

to place on a list or in a record

to give a precise indication of, as on a register or scale

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anything (such as a document or a phonograph record or a photograph) providing permanent evidence of or information about past events

the number of wins versus losses and ties a team has had

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the sum of recognized accomplishments

a compilation of the known facts regarding something or someone

an extreme attainment

a list of crimes for which an accused person has been previously convicted

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register electronically

indicate a certain reading

be aware of

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be or provide a memorial to a person or an event

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The total number of electronic medical record (EMR) systems is heavily weighted toward the mid range systems as most facilities and practices consolidate into a size of organization that can afford a team of computing IT managers dedicated to systems automation.
A shared, national electronic medical record could eliminate many of those costs.
The electronic medical record can link to pharmacy software packages.
Electronic medical records play a critical role in the formation of RHIOs as they bring patient information from paper charts to an electronic format that can be shared among qualified parties with patient consent.
The GE Healthcare end user submits their document image to InDxLogic, then simply opens their electronic medical record (EMR) and the documents are filed according to patient, clinical date document type and document content.
a leader in converged data networking, voice-over-Internet-protocol (VoIP) and managed IT business services today announced that three separate orthopedic clinics in southern California will work directly with LightEdge Solutions as the hosting provider for their electronic medical records (EMR) rather than traditional application service provider (ASP) hosting through the EMR software vendor.
Companion Technologies today announced the release of Companion EMRx, a stand-alone electronic prescription solution, and Companion EMRxpress, an application that includes all the functionality of Companion EMRx plus many of the features of a complete electronic medical record (EMR).
eClinicalWorks(TM), a leading provider of unified ambulatory clinical information systems, and Central Oregon Electronic Medical Records (COEMR) today announced an agreement to provide the company's unified electronic medical record (EMR) and practice management (PM) solution to member physician practices.
The implementation and use of Emergisoft's patient tracking and comprehensive clinical documentation technologies has created a total electronic medical record environment in Putnam Hospital Center's emergency department which sees over 25,000 patients a year.
The Massachusetts Medical Society's commitment to this technology is a testament to the value of implementing electronic medical record systems.
have signed with Siemens to implement NextGen Healthcare's electronic medical record (NextGen(R) EMR) and/or enterprise practice management (NextGen(R) EPM) solutions, key components of Siemens' healthcare information technology (IT) portfolio.
Companion Technologies executive will speak on electronic medical record (EMR) implementation stress and failure points and how to avoid them at a national technology meeting next week.
Companion Technologies produces Companion EMR, an electronic medical record software that eliminates paperwork, improves accuracy of information, provides instant access to patient and clinical information, and helps cut costs while increasing revenue.
Medical records of Filipinos may soon be available through Information and Communication Technology under a bill establishing the Electronic Medical Records Center under the Department of Health (DOH).
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