While the regulatory agencies call them electronic health records (EHR), the term Electronic Medical Records (EMR) is used by many in healthcare. EHR or EMR is simply a matter of preference. Some vendors make a case that EHR is a more inclusive term, but there is no evidence that EHRs are any different from EMRs in what they can do to relieve the physician's documentation burden.
The new Praxis EMR has helped Praxis provide physicians with a paper-free, accurate, secure, and completely interoperable medical practice with all the patient privacy required by HIPAA.
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About Infor-Med, Inc.
Infor-Med, Inc., makers of Praxis EMR, is a leading developer of Electronic Medical Record software in the healthcare information technology industry. Founded in 1989, and headquartered in Woodland Hills, California, Infor-Med serves hundreds of physician-users nationwide. Visit: http://www.praxisemr.com
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