LIMITATIONS OF CURRENT EOHR’S
Transmission of patient's record for consultation or to a new
health care provider
Transmit and receive patient radiographic and photographic
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.
RETURN ON INVESTMENT
Improved quality and patient care
More efficient provision of detailed evidence based
benefits to the business,
Improved audit capabilities
Reduction in risk of liability
More efficient use of chair-side time
Increased motivation of patients to perform
Assessment of resources currently available:
What are aspects of the technology desired
Evaluation of investments involved:
cost of education
Reasons of Failure:
Lack of Integration
Lack of understanding on behalf of the practitioner as to why he is
adapting an EOHR.