What Is EMR?

EMR stands for Electronic medical records, which are the digital equivalent of paper records, or charts at a clinician’s office. EMRs typically contain general information such as treatment and medical history about a patient as it is collected by the individual medical practicePatient data can be tracked over a long period of time by multiple healthcare professionals using EMR. It can assist identify people who need preventive exams and screenings, as well as keep track of how each patient is doing on things like vaccines and blood pressure readings.

Telemedicine App

Telemedicine is a method of linking providers with patients who are located in remote or underserved areas. To conduct clinical evaluations on a patient remotely, proper telemedicine systems are required. An encounter management platform, specialized medical devices, and network video conferencing are typically included in modern telemedicine systems. Here are some of the finer points of integration and how it might benefit.