The Importance of EHR in Revolutionizing Healthcare Delivery and Financial Success

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Volume-71 Issue-7
Year of Publication : 2023
Authors : Rakesh Margam
DOI :  10.14445/22312803/IJCTT-V71I7P108

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Rakesh Margam, "The Importance of EHR in Revolutionizing Healthcare Delivery and Financial Success," International Journal of Computer Trends and Technology, vol. 71, no. 7, pp. 52-55, 2023. Crossref,

This article explores the transformative impact of Electronic Health Records (EHRs) on patient care and hospital revenue. EHRs have revolutionized healthcare by providing instant access to comprehensive patient information, leading to improved diagnosis, personalized treatment plans, and better patient outcomes. Furthermore, EHRs facilitate streamlined communication and collaboration among healthcare teams, ensuring coordinated care and timely specialist consultations. The vast amount of data generated by EHRs enable data-driven decision-making, allowing healthcare organizations to identify patterns, optimize treatments, and enhance patient safety. Additionally, EHRs automate billing processes, reducing errors and improving revenue cycle management, ultimately maximizing hospital revenue. By embracing EHR systems, healthcare providers can deliver exceptional care, streamline operations, and achieve financial sustainability in today's complex healthcare landscape. Electronic Health Records (EHRs), Patient care, Hospital revenue, streamlined communication, Data-driven decision making.

Electronic Health Records (EHRs), Patient care, Hospital revenue, Streamlined communication, Data-driven decision making.


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