Electronic Medical Records Research Paper

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Electronic Medical Records vs. Paper Records Robin Doyle Rasmussen College Author Note This paper is being submitted on August 26, 2012 to Sabine Meyer’s ENC1101 Section 03 English Composition course. Electronic Medical Records VS Paper Records There are many functions associated with patient medical records. Each medical office follows slightly different procedures. All of them have to use and store medical information, however not only is the type of record used to document patient care, but the record is also important for financial and legal information, as well as research and quality improvement purposes. On a general level, it makes since to argue that each office must strive to do what’s best for its patients (Wieczorek,…show more content…
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