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Why do most medical facilities seem to have transferred to electronic records, do they still maintain paper files, or do they use some combination of both?
Weegy: Most medical facilities use a combination of both for safety and convenience. (More)
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A person who has worked at the same facility under a paper system and an electronic one-I DEFINITELY prefer having an electronic medical record. However, there are still challenges with an electronic system. What are of some of the challenges of having an electronic system?
Weegy: The med­ical record should be secure so there are no pri­vacy vio­la­tions. [ With a sim­ple click, a record can be accessed know­ingly or unknow­ingly by a non­des­ig­nated per­son, a record can be sent to the wrong recip­i­ent, or the wrong record can be sent to an intended recipient. It is easy to complete/?close an elec­tronic clinic note with­out proof­read­ing, which can lead to mis­spelled words, words that were left out, or other such errors. It is eas­ier to delay chart­ing because the chart doesn’t have to “go” any­where, not back to med­ical records or to another department. Read more: ] (More)
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Hospitals that have not moved to an electronic system did anyone tell you the reason that they have not made the transition yet?
Weegy: It may be too costly for those hospitals to use electronic systems. The electronic systems have capital requirements and high maintenance costs. (More)
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Hospitals that have not moved to an electronic system did anyone tell you the reason that they have not made the transition yet?
Weegy: PLease be clear to your question, what exactly is it? (More)
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I found out all most everyone is going to the computer way because they can tie all the medical facility together. I think it is a good idea to shred them after they are but in the computer but I would also burn them after shredding them because who knows who can get them and tape them back together . Whats your opinion?
Weegy: Files on your computer can also drift away. Normally deleting a file does not remove it from the hard drive. The reference to the file is what is being deleted. [ The file can then easily be restored until it has been written over a few times - even then it can be restored however that is more difficult. Overall digital documents and files are more handy to use for most things. ] (More)
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