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Electronic Health Record(EHR)





Patient records holds vital information

Access to such information is critical

Poor access to patient information limit health

HER. is adopted in this study

Documenting of patient data

Aids in decision making

Easy to retrieve data

Improved health outcome

Electronic health records

Electronic health records are used in storing
and analyzing of patient data.

The technology is delivered to health facilities
inform of software

charts increase patient scrutiny (Nocco, &
Peigné 2014).

Theory on record keeping

Effective records facilitates:





Theory application

It informs documentation of information on:

Past treatment history of patients

Genetically driven conditions

Progress of current condition

Medication prescription


Monitor the progress of the patient

Solution provided

The electronic health records contains
important data regarding the medical history
of the patient



Treatment plans,


Past treatment history

Solution provided

Information on genetic based illnesses are

Such data aids in guiding future diagnoses.

Data on medications is provided

Inform decision making(Thurston 2014).

Strengths of EHR

Information relating to the patient can be
accessed fast

Access by many stakeholders simultaneously

Easy monitoring

Aids in billing

Increase efficiency (Nocco & Peigné 2014).


The electronic health records equally connects
the health care providers

Aid analyses of patient data

Access of data by patients is enhanced

Remote access of patient information

Strengths of EHR

The electronic health record patient

Ease prescription

Enhance information safety

Weaknesses of EHR

They are reliant on electricity.

They are prone to distortion by hackers.

Weaknesses of EHR

computers are vulnerable to online viruses.

Requires expensive IT infrastructure



Information is important as it informs decision

EHR. Increase access to patient information

Eases patient data analyses

Enhance accuracy of diagnoses and

Patient Health outcomes are enhanced


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patient’s perceptions of electronic health records. Compu Bio Med, 59(1), 194-201.

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electronic health records for physician collaboration: A patient centered health care
perspective. IEEE , 3(1), 656-666.

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practitioners. J Nurs Pract, 10 (21), 510-513.

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