Electronic Health Records

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Electronic Device/Service used in Clinical Care “Electronic Health Records” Noor Fatima George Brown College Author Note Noor Fatima, School of Computer Technology, George Brown College. Noor Fatima is now at School of Computer Technology, George Brown College. This Research Study is supported in part of a curriculum of Health Information Impact on Clinical Practices for the program “Health Informatics”. Correspondence for this article should be contacted to Noor Fatima, School of Computer Technology (Casa Loma Campus), George Brown College. Contact: drnoorjeo@yahoo.com Electronic Device/Service used in Clinical Care “Electronic Health Records” Abstract Is Canada Health Care System going to be digital? A Special Report by Richard Alvarez, President & CEO,…show more content…
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