Towards a deeper understanding of meaningful use in electronic health records.

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Summary of "Towards a deeper understanding of meaningful use in electronic health records."

The purpose of this study was to identify and analyse the US Health Sector concept of the 'Meaningful Use' of electronic health records (EHR's) based on the wide diversity of discourses in the published literature. Meaningful Use is defined as 'use of digital medical and health records to improve quality, safety and efficiency of patient health information'.


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Name: Health information and libraries journal
ISSN: 1471-1842


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