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Electronic Health Records and Interoperability for Pediatric Care

  • George R. Kim
  • Christoph U. Lehmann
Part of the Health Informatics book series (HI)

Abstract

Electronic health records (EHRs) are a central structure in the improvement of the quality and safety of medical care. Set as a national goal for 2014,1 universal adoption of EHRs has been cited as a chief pathway by which medical errors can be reduced and costs saved.

Keywords

National Health Service Electronic Health Record Health Level Health Information Technology Personal Health Record 
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  • George R. Kim
    • Christoph U. Lehmann

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