Research at the Point-of-Care: Using Electronic Medical Record Systems to Generate Clinically Meaningful Evidence.

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Summary of "Research at the Point-of-Care: Using Electronic Medical Record Systems to Generate Clinically Meaningful Evidence."

Health care leaders have recommended the use of health information technology to improve the quality of patient care. In athletic training, using informatics, such as electronic medical records (EMRs), would support practice-based decisions about patient care. However, athletic trainers (ATs) may lack the knowledge to effectively participate in point-of-care clinical research using EMRs.


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Name: Journal of athletic training
ISSN: 1938-162X


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