An electronic medical record includes information about a patient’s health history, such as diagnoses, medicines, tests, allergies, immunizations, and treatment plans. The records can be seen by all healthcare providers that are taking care of the patient to help make recommendations about the patient’s care. Many of the concerned fraternities, including state healthcare agencies, medical industry leaders, and practitioners, believe that EMR has immense potential to provide substantial benefits to the healthcare facility, as well as help physicians, clinic practices, and health care organizations in providing better medical care and accurate diagnosis.
Impact of Coronavirus Pandemic on the Electronic Medical Records Market
The recent coronavirus pandemic has put the EMRs through the extremes. With a huge surge in patient volume, the market leaders are pressurized in innovating and developing a more accurate and faster-paced EMR system that would provide a quick narrative about the patient’s medical history and stimulate a faster treatment process.
Most of the healthcare-based organizations are involved in making serious efforts for the treatment of COVID-19. However, with the unusual surge in the number of patients at varied times, it is more challenging for hospitals to manage, update, store, and utilize patient information from EMR systems precisely. The healthcare-based digital IT players are thriving to provide a solution to the healthcare organizations with tools to manage a case, analyze the information, as well as assess the patients remotely.
In light of this pandemic, the electronic health record-electronic medical record has seen more R&D investments,and vendors are trying to modify their existing systems to provide a service with smooth functionality. For instance, in January 2020, Epic Systems Corporation released a software update in the home state that helps clinicians to identify potential COVID-19 patients. Further, the company is encouraging users to share COVID-19 data through its network, which can be used to track travel, infection-status information with both Epic and non-Epic networks.
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