Electronic Health Records (EHR) are becoming more common in today\'s modern health care systems. However, gathering key clinical data by nurses, pharmacists and physicians in an accurate, timely, and efficient manner is still problematic. However, just as with banking and the Internet, there are "automated" methods that help solve these problems. This presentation discusses these methods and shows how they are used in the clinical setting.
informatics, electronic health records, bedside monitoring, clinical decision support
Health Sciences Library and Informatics Center
Gardner, Reed. "Electronic Health Records - What Data Can be Automatically Collected from Laboratory Instruments and Bedside Monitors?." (2006). http://digitalrepository.unm.edu/hslic-historical-administrative/38