Digitization is significantly changing the way healthcare organizations deliver care and services to patients. In particular, the use of electronic health records (EHRs) is improving the accuracy and accessibility of patient information. Despite this, the adoption rate of EHRs is still low and meets resistance from many healthcare providers.
The healthcare industry has been increasing its adoption of electronic health records (EHRs). The technology claims to improve on current paper-based methods. However, EHRs are not flawless. Learn more about the pros and cons of EHRs and decide for yourself.
Is the future of the healthcare industry digital? Experts see no other way forward, as demonstrated by the popularity of electronic health records. However, critics of this new recording process have pointed out major flaws that aren’t present in its traditional counterpart: paper-based recording.