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Best practices in the use of electronic medical records

In occupational health, the use of electronic medical records software (EMRs) is becoming increasingly popular. However, many occupational health teams are not taking advantage of all of the features and benefits that are available to them through embracing this new technology.

This paper will provide a brief overview of the benefits of electronic medical records software, highlight some of the arguments against implementing an electronic-based system, and then discuss three best practices that will ensure the maximum amount of return on investment to your occupational health practice.

Download this whitepaper and learn:

  • Why electronic medical records can be incredibly powerful
  • How leveraging interfaces is critical
  • Why you should provide the patient with secure access to their own medical records

About the Author

Sue Naylor, BSN, FNP, COHN-S

Sue Naylor, BSN, FNP, COHN-S is a Medical Product Consultant for Medgate. Sue has over 40 years’ experience in nursing and Occupational and Primary Care Health Management. Sue received her RN from Crouse Hospital School of Nursing in 1973 and her BSN from Graceland College. She obtained her Family Nurse Practitioner from Community General in Syracuse, NY. She is a Certified Occupational Health Nurse (COHN-S). She has served as President of the Lake Ontario Chapter of Nurse Practitioners for t

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