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Thanks for the info and post.

EMR's are becoming very popular nowadays. Many hospitals are being computerized and are using EMR 's to store patients records.

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Scott Smith

I totally agree with your post. Because electronic medical records are computer-based patient medical records. Physicians’ offices and hospitals throughout the United States are increasingly using them because they offer certain advantages over conventional paper-based medical records. Thank you very much for sharing and encouraging usage of "Electronic Medical Records".

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