An electronic medical record (EMR) is a digital document used by an organization that delivers patient care, such as a hospital, a doctor’s office or a clinic. Electronic medical records are usually part of a health information system that allows storage, retrieval and manipulation of records. http://www.radiologyservicesonline.com/Emr-Electronical-Medical-Records.aspx
Electronic Medical Record. Computerized system providing real-time data access and evaluation in medical care. Together with clinical workstations and clinical data repository technologies, the EMR provides the mechanism for longitudinal data storage and access. A motivation for healthcare providers to implement this technology derives from the need for medical outcome studies, more efficient care, speedier communication among providers and management of health plans. Also known as computerized patient record or computerized medical record.
Electronic Medical Record or EMR is repository of patient health data. According to some definitions a EMR is a single facility or organisation based patient record, where as a true EHR provides a broader (but potentially) thinner health care record.
An acronym for Electronic Medical Record.
See Electromagnetic Radiation.
Electromagnetic Radiation; some people suspect EMR is harmful at high altitudes; a controversial subject
Electromagnetic Radiation): Radiation made up of oscillating electric and magnetic fields and propagated with the speed of light. Includes gamma radiation, X-rays, ultraviolet, visible, and infrared radiation, and radar and radio waves.
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Exercise metabolic rate. The energy expenditure that occurs during exercise.
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