INTRODUCTION
  Accounts receivable device -late 1960s.


 Practice management tool’s- 1989’s

 Consumers demands
ELECTRONIC MEDICAL HEALTH RECORDS
(EMHR)


  Purpose


 Components
ELECTRONIC ORAL HEALTH RECORDS
(EOHR)


  Similarities


 Differences (from EMHR)
      Reimbursement
    
     Inform...
VALUE OF EOHR
  Database of patient records


 Convenient Communication and Referrals

 Quality Improvement

 Patient ...
KEY COMPONENTS OF AN EOHR:
  Digital radiographs


 Digital imaging and photography

 Electronic charting

 CAD-CAM
Fig. 1 Charting, digital radiographs, and imaging
Fig.3 Radiographic Imaging
Fig 4. Computer Enhanced Images
LIMITATIONS OF CURRENT EOHR’S
    Standards

        Transmission of patient's record for consultation or to a new
    
...
RETURN ON INVESTMENT
  Improved quality and patient care


 More efficient provision of detailed evidence based
  treatm...
STRATEGIC PLANNING
    Assessment of resources currently available:

      Time
    
     money
     commitment
    Wh...
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  1. 1. INTRODUCTION Accounts receivable device -late 1960s.   Practice management tool’s- 1989’s  Consumers demands
  2. 2. ELECTRONIC MEDICAL HEALTH RECORDS (EMHR) Purpose   Components
  3. 3. ELECTRONIC ORAL HEALTH RECORDS (EOHR) Similarities   Differences (from EMHR) Reimbursement   Information documentation  Treatment Plan  Procedure and problem links
  4. 4. VALUE OF EOHR Database of patient records   Convenient Communication and Referrals  Quality Improvement  Patient Education  Marketing  Risk Assessment
  5. 5. KEY COMPONENTS OF AN EOHR: Digital radiographs   Digital imaging and photography  Electronic charting  CAD-CAM
  6. 6. Fig. 1 Charting, digital radiographs, and imaging
  7. 7. Fig.3 Radiographic Imaging
  8. 8. Fig 4. Computer Enhanced Images
  9. 9. LIMITATIONS OF CURRENT EOHR’S Standards  Transmission of patient's record for consultation or to a new  health care provider Transmit and receive patient radiographic and photographic  images Receive medical test reports from medical laboratories.  Sharing critical medical and dental information between  medical and dental practitioners treating the same patient. Inclusion in national taxonomies as well as in diagnostic and  treatment coding systems. Inclusion in standardized care documentation systems to  facilitate interdisciplinary communication, long-term care outcomes assessment, and clinical research.
  10. 10. RETURN ON INVESTMENT Improved quality and patient care   More efficient provision of detailed evidence based treatment plans cost assessment   benefits to the business, Better documentation   Improved audit capabilities  Reduction in risk of liability  More efficient use of chair-side time  Increased motivation of patients to perform procedures.
  11. 11. STRATEGIC PLANNING Assessment of resources currently available:  Time   money  commitment What are aspects of the technology desired  Define needs  Requirements  Priorities  Integration  Evaluation of investments involved:  cost of education  opportunity costs.  Infrastructure  Maintenance Plans  Reasons of Failure:  Lack of Integration  Lack of understanding on behalf of the practitioner as to why he is  adapting an EOHR.

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