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New technology from CWRU links patient records between hospitals, medical flight crews
Date:2/18/2014

lso hope to eventually include the records of approximately 350 patients who are annually transported to the Cleveland Clinic from hospitals outside the system.

In addition to teaching, Reimer holds a special interest in the topic as a flight nurse for the Cleveland Clinic Health System. As a National Institute of Health-funded KL2 Scholar, he studies and translates science into quality health-care practices.

For his research project, Reimer has focused on access to patient records, which offers the potential to build toward a national EMR system.

Connecting hospitals and flight data in a single hospital system shows the enormous challenges ahead for building a national EMRs infrastructure.

"We've made progress and can now build and expand on it," he said.

The next step in Reimer's research is to link records for the 350 patients annually transported between the Cleveland Clinic and non-system hospitals.


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