Electronic Health Care System: A Case Study

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One of the issues that rises with the replacement of hand written prescription to a modern electronic health care system is, how readily acceptable clinicians are to actually use and make most of electronic health records (Report of the Auditor General of Canada, 2010). This means health care providers must manually enter data such as specific medications, which can be a bit time consuming and ultimately, inefficient in several cases. However, if health care givers do not enter information electronically than the computer will have no access to this clinical data to practice clinical logic. Therefore, this issue can lead EHR to end up being unbeneficial to the health care system, and to Canadian patients most of all, as the electronic aspect

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